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solving modular constraints
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2010-02-19, 06:56
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Joshua2
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Originally Posted by
wblipp
(40 + 30 + 48) mod 3 = (1+0+0)
(40 + 30 + 48) mod 4 = (0+2+0)
(40 + 30 + 48) mod 5 = (0+0+3)
so 40 + 30 + 48 = 118 works.
Where did 40, 30 and 48 come from? I assume the 1+0+0 thing is prime factored?
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