Two consecutive integers n and n+1

Assignment Help Basic Computer Science
Reference no: EM13934805

1. Why is gcd (n, n +1) = 1 for two consecutive integers n and n+1?
2.  using Fermat's theorem, find 3^201 mod 11.
3.  it can be shown that if gcd (m, n) = 1 then φ(mn) = φ(m) φ(n). Using this property and the property that φ(p) = p -1 for prime, it is straightforward to determine the value of φ(n) for any n. Determine the following:

Φ(41); φ(27); φ(231); φ(440);

Calculate the following with the modulo polynomial m(x) = x8+x4+x3+x+1
03x45 27x27 34x50

 

 

Reference no: EM13934805

Deployed in the messaging environment

Exchange 2010 supports many recipient objects. Identify and discuss at least 3 of these objects. Which of these objects do you think has the most security risk and the least

Difference between data block-extent-segment and tablespace

Allocation in Oracle can aid recognize problems more easily. In your own words, give the description of difference between data block, extent, a segment, and a tablespace.

Create a new sequential search method

The sequential search algorithm will always find the first occurrence of an item in a data set. Create a new sequential search method that takes a second integer argument in

Propose a mechanism that virtual circuit switches

Propose a mechanism that virtual circuit switches might use so that if one switch loses all its state regarding connections, then a sender of packets along a path through th

Values of the data before and after the update

When an update to the database takes place, the time of the update, the values of the data before and after the update, and the type of lock used are recorded in the transac

Finding whether two machines are equivalent

Consider the problem of finding whether two of these machines are equivalent. Formulate this problem as the language, and illustrate that it is undecidable.

Write a recursive method

public static boolean isSorted(List l) Write a recursive method that returns true if a linked list is sorted (nondecreasing) order and returns false otherwise. An empty list

Line of code program

A 1,000,000 line of code program, when printed at 50 lines per page, results in stack of paper about 10 feet high (3 meters). Show the calculation of this result. List any a

Reviews

Write a Review

 
Free Assignment Quote

Assured A++ Grade

Get guaranteed satisfaction & time on delivery in every assignment order you paid with us! We ensure premium quality solution document along with free turntin report!

All rights reserved! Copyrights ©2019-2020 ExpertsMind IT Educational Pvt Ltd