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    How to know this statement with classes & modulo is incorrect?

    My question reads as follows:

    Suppose we try to define on Zm by saying that for x^,y^Zm, x^y^ if xy. What is wrong with this definition?

    I am not too sure if I should show this by picking two values for x and y and finding an example.
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    Re: How to know this statement with classes & modulo is incorrect?

    by x^ i mean class of x and the same for y
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