Prove that if p is a prime and c is not congruent 0 (mod p), then cx is congruent b (mod p) has a unique solutin modulo p. That is, a solution exists, and any two solutions are congruent modulo p.

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- Mar 2nd 2010, 10:22 PMrainyiceA proof in abstract algebra
Prove that if p is a prime and c is not congruent 0 (mod p), then cx is congruent b (mod p) has a unique solutin modulo p. That is, a solution exists, and any two solutions are congruent modulo p.

- Mar 2nd 2010, 11:46 PMSwlabr
- Mar 8th 2010, 03:59 PMrainyice