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revised Name of that extension of modular inverse?
Add another kept property
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revised Name of that extension of modular inverse?
Polish definition
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asked Name of that extension of modular inverse?
Nov
22
comment prove that a complex number equation is real
@user26857: Thanks! Indeed these parenthesis were extraneous.
Nov
22
revised prove that a complex number equation is real
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Nov
22
revised prove that a complex number equation is real
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Nov
22
answered prove that a complex number equation is real
May
14
comment System of linear congruence, not relatively prime
Hint: use that you know the factorization of all the $m_i$ to write an equivalent system of equations where all the ${m_i}'$ are prime; check if it has solutions; and determine them using the CRT. $\;$ That can be made to work even if you do not known the factorizations of the $m_i$, by using $\gcd$. Complexity is is low, dominated by the final CRT step, I guess.
Jan
11
comment find the volume of the half-cone $\sqrt{x^{2}+y^{2}}<z<1,\ x>0$
@Axoren. Yes; thanks for noticing anyway. Fixed this, and the next issue about legibility, within the 5 minute allowance.
Jan
11
answered find the volume of the half-cone $\sqrt{x^{2}+y^{2}}<z<1,\ x>0$
Dec
22
revised System of linear diophantine modular inequalities
include a^j \not\equiv 1\pmod n in main statement
Dec
22
revised System of linear diophantine modular inequalities
use consistent terminology
Dec
22
asked System of linear diophantine modular inequalities
Dec
1
comment Find all the integral solutions to $x^6-y^6+3x^4y-3y^4x+y^3+3x^2+3x+1=0$
A gremlin crept in this accepted answer's algebra! $x^6-y^6+3x^4y-3y^4x+3x^2+3x+1=0$ IS NOT equivalent to $(x+1)^3+(x^2+y)^3=(x+y^2)^3$. $\;$ Proof: $x=-1$, $y=-1$ is a solution of the later, but not of the former. $\;$ Other proof: mechanically expand $(x+1)^3+(x^2+y)^3-(x+y^2)^3$, giving $x^6-y^6+3x^4y-3y^4x+3x^2+3x+y^3+1$, with that pesky $y^3$ term.
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awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
8
accepted Exists a binary primitive pentanomial of degree $n$, for every $n\ge5$?
Jul
7
comment Exists a binary primitive pentanomial of degree $n$, for every $n\ge5$?
Just to make it clear: that was me, about 4 years ago. I asked again because math.SE is perfect for this purpose, and there might have been progress/extra info.
Jul
4
revised Exists a binary primitive pentanomial of degree $n$, for every $n\ge5$?
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Jul
4
asked Exists a binary primitive pentanomial of degree $n$, for every $n\ge5$?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious