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\(100^{100} = (10^2)^{100} = 10^{200}.\)

Now we can check the remainder of the powers of 10 being divided by 18.

\(10^2 \equiv 10 mod(18) \because 10^2-(18*5) = 10\)

\(10^3 \equiv 10 mod(18) \because 10^3-(18*55) = 10\)

\(10^4 \equiv 10 mod(18) \because 10^4-(18*555) = 10\)

\(10^5 \equiv 10 mod(18) \because 10^5-(18*5555) = 10\)

\(10^6 \equiv 10 mod(18) \because 10^6-(18*55555) = 10\)

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Therefore we can conclude that the remainder of \(100^{100}\) divided by 18 is 10

CrimsonLots503 Jul 24, 2024