Can someone check my argument on this problem? If p is prime and and and odd. Then

By LQR,

. Here, do I need to check the cases when m is prime and when m is composite to figure out if ?

In class, I think we have a property that with p prime.

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- Oct 21st 2008, 07:39 PM #1

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## LQR problem

Can someone check my argument on this problem? If p is prime and and and odd. Then

By LQR,

. Here, do I need to check the cases when m is prime and when m is composite to figure out if ?

In class, I think we have a property that with p prime.

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