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Sum of all solutions (Posted on 2007-07-20) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Let S(A) be {1,2,3,...,(A-1)} and S'(A,B) be the set of elements X from S(A) that satisfy X^B mod A=1. Assuming that A is prime, find the sum of all the elements of S'(A,B) in terms of A and B.

No Solution Yet Submitted by Praneeth    
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re: Is there a solution?Praneeth2007-09-10 07:31:06
Some ThoughtsDistribution of S(p,A)/pEigenray2007-08-31 23:56:30
QuestionIs there a solution?Eigenray2007-08-31 17:03:47
Some ThoughtsPartial solutionEigenray2007-08-02 08:04:00
Hints/TipsHint2Praneeth2007-07-25 08:47:48
Hints/Tipsre: One pattern (a hint)Praneeth2007-07-21 03:14:05
Some ThoughtsOne patternCharlie2007-07-20 23:16:21
Some Thoughtssee a pattern here?Charlie2007-07-20 22:57:47
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