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I'm a complete newbie when it comes to the modulo operation (The operation where one finds the remainder after a division). Does anyone have any tips or hints when reading up on this topic? Parhaps you know of any good literature or sth? 

 

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Tetration  Jan 10, 2015

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Modula arithmetic is not a topic I have ever formally studied.  I do know that it gets very difficult quite quickly although the early problems aren't too bad.

Perhaps you can share your questions with us and we can learn and revise together.  😞

I shall take a look for some questions.

 

Melody  Jan 11, 2015
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I'm not well-versed in this, either........maybe this will help both of us......http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Wiki/index.php/Modular_arithmetic/Introduction

 

CPhill  Jan 11, 2015
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Modula arithmetic is not a topic I have ever formally studied.  I do know that it gets very difficult quite quickly although the early problems aren't too bad.

Perhaps you can share your questions with us and we can learn and revise together.  😞

I shall take a look for some questions.

 

Melody  Jan 11, 2015
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Thanks for the answers, and the link :-)

Yes, CPhill, it was something like that I had in mind.

 

I just don't have a "feel" for modulo, the same way that I have for, say, regular division :)

Tetration  Jan 11, 2015

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