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 Nov 12 accepted Converting $2^{16x} \equiv 2^6\text{ (mod 19)}$ to $16x\equiv 6\text{ (mod 18)}$ Oct 17 awarded Curious Oct 16 awarded Commentator Oct 16 comment Converting $2^{16x} \equiv 2^6\text{ (mod 19)}$ to $16x\equiv 6\text{ (mod 18)}$ Thanks! Why is the 2 a primitive root exactly? Your last line says the conversion is always allowed, so why is this relevant? Oct 16 asked Converting $2^{16x} \equiv 2^6\text{ (mod 19)}$ to $16x\equiv 6\text{ (mod 18)}$ Dec 16 awarded Caucus Oct 9 awarded Notable Question Dec 12 awarded Popular Question May 21 awarded Constituent May 14 awarded Caucus Jun 5 accepted Calculating the shortest possible distance between points Jun 3 comment Calculating the shortest possible distance between points @Norbert, I'm learning derivatives Jun 3 comment Calculating the shortest possible distance between points Thanks, +1 but I'll accept Brian's answer since it's what my assignment was about Jun 3 comment Calculating the shortest possible distance between points This is a great answer, +1 but I'll accept Brian's answer since it's what my assignment was about Jun 3 asked Calculating the shortest possible distance between points Feb 24 accepted Solving the inequality $\frac{x}{\sqrt{x+12}} - \frac{x-2}{\sqrt{x}} > 0$ Feb 23 asked Solving the inequality $\frac{x}{\sqrt{x+12}} - \frac{x-2}{\sqrt{x}} > 0$ Feb 21 comment Solving the equation $- y^2 - x^2 - xy = 0$ thanks a lot andré Feb 21 accepted Solving the equation $- y^2 - x^2 - xy = 0$ Feb 21 comment Solving the equation $- y^2 - x^2 - xy = 0$ it does solve the problem, thanks a lot! +1 :) i did expect a different kind of solution. Is this the only way?