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Also, if you want me to compute some test values for you, let me know what \(n\) to use.

I think you are probably making mistake while implementing it.
This looks correct to me.

Their table is correct, but their formula is not. Try their formula for n=41, and x=40.

Well, as I said if you implement is right you will get 35.

Do you understand C?

Even using their formula by hand, I get an incorrect value for n=6.

Could you please compute for values from \(1\) to \(10\)?

I believe \(1\) is undefined, actually. Sorry.

\[n=2^4=16\rightarrow9\]\[n=20\rightarrow17\]

@KingGeorge Solution??

Once again, the end is just \[\Large \pmod{2^{\left\lfloor\log_2(n)\right\rfloor-1}\cdot3}\]