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\(What integer $n$ satisfies $0\le n<18$ and $$n\equiv -11213141\pmod{18}~?$$\)



 Apr 22, 2019
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If you are challenging yourself why don't you start by writing your question out properly?

 Apr 22, 2019
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Why can I not use latex? Please just help me with the problem, Melody

 Apr 22, 2019
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It does not display as LaTex, it displays as garbage.

 

Plus you have stated on some of your other questions that you are only interested in answers, you do not want explanations.

Hence you are using this site only as a cheat site. 

Why would I want to help you cheat?

Melody  Apr 22, 2019
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the integer n is $ it is > $0 but less than $18 and he needs 1121341 and by the power of mod $18 what is n?

 Apr 22, 2019
edited by siembieda  Apr 22, 2019
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I am most definitely not using this is a cheating site! I would never do that! I just wanted to have an answer for the question to check if i did the question properly 

 Apr 22, 2019
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If that is the case I strongly suggest you show your own answer, along with the working,

and ask if someone can do it by themselves and compare answers or maybe just check your working and answer.

 

I also suggest that you use the LeTex box in the ribbon to display your latex properly.

Melody  Apr 22, 2019
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I apologize but I cannot transfer all my work on paper on to this computer so it would be helpful if you could just tell me the answer so when I finish solving the problem, I will be able to check it to see if it is correct.

er1004  Apr 22, 2019
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\(n = {-11213141 \pm \sqrt{n^18-18mod} \over $n}\)

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 Apr 22, 2019
edited by siembieda  Apr 22, 2019
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So what is the final answer? I do not want you to show me how to do the problem, I am simply asking for the correct answer.

 Apr 22, 2019
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i cant if you cant read the problem

 Apr 22, 2019
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Why are you suggesting that I can not read the problem?

 Apr 22, 2019
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no i cant

 Apr 22, 2019
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You told us you already have an answer.

Why don't you display your answer and ask for it to be verified.

Why don't you take a photo of your working and display that while you are at it!

You have given me no reason to think that you are doing anything other than cheating.

 

And no, you question is not displaying properly, I already told you that!

 Apr 22, 2019

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