Given that xy' is congruent to x'y mod p, p is prime and that 0<xy', x'y<p then why can we say that xy'= x'y?
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"xy' congruent to x'y mod p" means that xy'- x'y is a multiple of p. if both xy' and x'y are positive and less than p, that "multiple" must be 0.
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