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USING THE POLYNOMIAL  SSN(x)= (x1)(x+2)(x+1)(x2)(x+1)(x2)(x+1)(x2)(x+1) Suppose you have a SSN in which the digits a1,a3,a5,a7,a9 are all different and suppose a2,a4,a6,a8 are different. give two SSNS that would have the same SSN polynomial a1,a3,a5 = the numbers in given order of the SSN you make. directed @ISSAN94
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