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Perform operation and write the result in standard form (5 - 4i) / (3 - 2i)

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Perform operation and write the result in standard form (5 - 4i) / (3 - 2i)

(See attached file for full problem description) --- Consider the RSA encryption system given by p=43,q=59, and e=13 i) Find d such that ed ≡ 1 (mod (p-1)(q-1)) ii) Decode the message : 1552 2069 1178 1637 1975 Using the convention A = 00, B = 01, ..., Z = 25 ---

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Let S be the set of all strings of a's and b's. Let R be the relation on S defined by....x and y begin with different symbols. Determine and prove your answers, whether or not R is reflexive, symmetric or transitive.

Construct addition and multiplication tables for arithmetic modulo 11. For example, 7 + 8 mod 11 is 4 and 7*8 mod 11 is 1 so the entry in row 7, column 8 would be 4 for the addition table and 1 for the multiplication table. Use your tables to solve each of the following congruences: a. 3x+2≡8 (mod11) b. 3x-5≡2 (m

Let S ne the set of all strings of a's and b's. Let R be the relation on S defined by... x and y begin with different symbols. Determine, and prove your answers, whether or not R is reflexive, symmetric or transitive. Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problems.

Prove or disprove (find a counterexample) : If A C B and f : A --> B is an onto function (the range of f is all of B), then f is one-to-one and A =B. Please see the attached file for the fully formatted problem.

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16. Consider an experiment that consists of determining the type of job?either blue-collar or white-collar?and the political affiliation?Republican, Democratic, or Independent?of the 15 members of an adult soccer team. How many outcomes are (a) in the sample space; (b) in the event that at least one of the team members is a b

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The rows on a chessboard are numbered 1 to 8 and the columns have the letters a to h... (SEE ATTACHMENT)

Use words to describe the solution process. No programming. 4. Suppose G is a graph. We define a double Eulerian tour as a walk that crosses each edge of G twice in different directions and that starts and ends at the same vertex. Show that every connected graph has a double Eulerian tour.

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X +y to the seventh power

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Let G be a complete graph on n vertices. Please calculate how many spanning and induced subgroups G has... (see attachment)