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    (a) (1) State and prove the Chinese Remainder Theorem.
    (ii) Find the 2 smallest positive integer solutions of the simultaneous set of congruence equations:
    2x=3 (mod 5)
    3x=4 (mod 7)
    x=5 (mod8)
    (b) Let p be a prime and a a positive integer. How many solutions are there to the equation x2 ? x O(mod pr')?
    (c) Let n and in be coprirne integers. Show ? x 0 (mod nrn) if and only if x2 ? x 0 (mod n) and ? x 0 (mod m).
    (d) How many solutions are there to the equation x2 ? x 0 (mod N)
    where N has collected prime factorization N = .

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    a. Proof:
    1. Chinese Remainder Theorem: Suppose are positive integers relatively prime to each other, then for any integers with , must have a unique solution. This solution is

    where and ,
    Proof: Since are relatively ...

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