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Power Division (Posted on 2011-04-19) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Given that n is a positive integer, determine the remainder (in terms of n) whenever 3^(2^n) 1 is divided by 2^(n+3)

Note: (a)^b implies 'a' raised to the power of 'b', ((a)^b)^c implies 'a' raised to the power 'bc', but a^(b^c) implies 'a' raised to the power 'b' raised to the power 'c'

No Solution Yet Submitted by K Sengupta    
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re: Power DivisionBen Gornall2011-04-20 13:50:50
Possible solutionbroll2011-04-19 13:24:34
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