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revised Hard problem Relationship between CDH and Discrete Log
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asked Hard problem Relationship between CDH and Discrete Log
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comment Intuition for a simple conversion
Wow. Thanks a ton!! :) Just what i was looking for. Just an additional clarification to make the scheme more stronger.. with the same scenario as above: Given g^(1/(x+m)), instead of (1/(x+m)) (It is not possible to find (1/(x+m)) due to the Discrete log problem.) and finding a k such that g^(k/(x+m)) = g^(1/(x1+m)).
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comment Intuition for a simple conversion
Sorry about being un-clear. Thanks for pointing out. I have edited the question to a better form.
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revised Intuition for a simple conversion
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revised Intuition for a simple conversion
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asked Intuition for a simple conversion
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accepted How may I solve this Cubic Equation?
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revised How may I solve this Cubic Equation?
Question supplemented in the end with a general doubt.
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comment How may I solve this Cubic Equation?
A general doubt: If a cubic equation consists of a imaginary root, then is it compulsory that the number of imaginary roots should always be 2?
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accepted Number Theory: confusion with notation
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comment Number Theory: confusion with notation
Oops.. I overlooked.. Its clear now. Thanks!! :)
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comment Number Theory: confusion with notation
Crystal Clear. :) This is because the multiplicative inverse of 4 is one. A small doubt.. But does that mean a Sub group of Z<sub>p</sub><sup>X</sup> always have an even number of elements since they always contain a number and its inverse?
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revised Number Theory: confusion with notation
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asked Number Theory: confusion with notation
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comment How may I solve this Cubic Equation?
@DJC: I have Edited the problem to give a better insight. @Isaac: Thanks. That was a very nice way of solving cubic equation.. :) Let me see if i can get some intuition from this kind of a solution.
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