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Modular mathematics (Posted on 2012-12-28) Difficulty: 4 of 5
Determine all pairs of positive integers(a,p) where p is a prime and

(a modp)+(a mod2p)+(a mod3p)+(a mod4p)=a+p

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  Subject Author Date
Some ThoughtsGeneralization (p is not prime)Steve Herman2012-12-31 11:43:08
SolutionAn improved methodology (spoiler)Steve Herman2012-12-31 10:44:20
SolutionDefinitely all the cases (spoiler)Steve Herman2012-12-29 10:45:24
SolutionLikely all the casesCharlie2012-12-28 21:15:36
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