Originally Posted by godelproof I agree~
BTW, Do you believe , for ANY positive integer p? See here http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...ed-183583.html i will work on it. nice problem.
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Originally Posted by tonio Now you've finally produced something that looks like a proof (though I still shall check about the distributivity of that LT function, which right now I've not
time to do and isn't clear to me at once).
This is all I was asking before.
Tonio His , so there is no need to verify distributivity.
The LT() proof and the congruence proofs are actually the same. can be split into two congruences, namely and since they are relatively prime
Abhishek's proof realizes that we can just focus on part
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