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 Feb3 accepted Understanding why the public exponent $e$ is chosen the way it is in RSA Jan29 comment Understanding why the public exponent $e$ is chosen the way it is in RSA can you explain why it is wrong for there to be an element in G where $x^r=1$ would there not be such occurances if $r$ was not a multiple? Jan29 comment Understanding why the public exponent $e$ is chosen the way it is in RSA so if $e$ was a factor of $n$, then a multiple of it would produce a mapping from x+1 to 1 using the modulus operator and then it would be known how to find the other multiple and then find the inverse? Jan29 comment Understanding why the public exponent $e$ is chosen the way it is in RSA @Anreas Caranti, could you possibly make it a bit more accessible to a layman? I am unable to work out why $x^r =1$ when $r$ divides $e$. Jan28 revised Understanding why the public exponent $e$ is chosen the way it is in RSA correcting wrong choice of word private/public Jan28 comment Understanding why the public exponent $e$ is chosen the way it is in RSA @mixedmath, could you please expand on this? Jan28 revised Understanding why the public exponent $e$ is chosen the way it is in RSA tag Jan28 asked Understanding why the public exponent $e$ is chosen the way it is in RSA Dec15 accepted How is percolation defined and measured in social networks? Sep16 awarded Yearling Jul2 awarded Curious May14 awarded Popular Question Apr28 awarded Nice Question Feb25 awarded Popular Question Oct3 comment What is the equation for the average path length in a random graph? @DPoole, sure, that sounds good. The asymptotic distribution for the distance between any two vertices in the network looks close enough to what I am asking. I want to have a prior on the number of steps of a random walker in the network. Oct2 asked How to denote the opposite case of the Kronecker Delta? Sep30 comment What is the equation for the average path length in a random graph? @DPoole, yes, this is the uniform basic random graph case, $G(n,m)$, a type of ER graph. Sep22 asked What is the equation for the average path length in a random graph? Sep9 awarded Notable Question Sep8 awarded Tumbleweed