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I'm a computer science student at UCLA.


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comment Prime number divisibility
Awesome, I get it now. I wonder if there's a simpler way to show this though. The proof states this line as though this should just be intuitive, while it clearly requires a bit of logic. This leads me to believe maybe there's some easier, intuitive way to understand it.
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comment Prime number divisibility
I'm very close to understanding (upvote!), but I'm not totally following. I get that if we're in $\mathbb{Z}_p$, b has an inverse, but we're not in $\mathbb{Z}_p$? Or basically, b inverse is the inverse that it WOULD be in $\mathbb{Z}_p$, and therefore works in this context?
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comment Proving two rings are not isomorphic
Not actually familiar with group theory, or abelian groups. I'll do some research though!
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revised Proving two rings are not isomorphic
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asked Applications of parity formula on connected planar graph
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