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\[m= 10^{32}+2\] When m is divided by 11, the remainder is r Which one is greater or are they equal. Quantity A: r Quantity B: 3
\[10^2 \mod 11 =100-9(11)=1 \\ 10^{2 \cdot 16 } \mod 11 \equiv (10^2)^{16} \mod 11 \equiv ...\] I'm just using the repeated squares method to find what 10^(32) divided by 11 is
do you think you can finish this method

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huh?
what is mod?
the answer says something about finding a pattern in this: |dw:1437431905761:dw|
well basically a mod n gives us the remainder for when a is divided by n
but there are lots of method to help us solve the above but if you don't know mod then it likely you don't know methods such as the repeated squares method
ok so you want to see if you can a pattern in the remainders above well 10+2 is 12 what is the remainder of 12 divided by 11 ?
1
|dw:1437432052883:dw| ok let's continue what is the remainder of 10^4+1 when it is divided by 11
OHHHHHH okay so it'll be 3
|dw:1437432204940:dw| so the pattern seems to be alternating between 1 and 3
so notice the odd exponents on the 10 gave us 1 and the even exponents on the 10 gave us 3
32 is even
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so 10^(32)+2 mod 11 is 3 and since you don't know mod \[\text{ remainder of } \frac{10^{32}+2}{11} \text{ is } 3 \]

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