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 Sum of all solutions (Posted on 2007-07-20)
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.

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`Its a cyclic sequence of (A-1) entries.Now take GCD of A-1 and Bmod(A-1). All the possible B values from 1 to A-1 with the same GCD,have the same sum. Now take cases of odd and even values of B. `

 Posted by Praneeth on 2007-07-25 08:47:48
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