Post without words #26

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2 Responses to Post without words #26

  1. Gesh says:

    Z/nmZ for (n,m)=1, with invertible elements highlighted and elements enumerated in-order (i.e., element k is in cell (k\mod n,k\mod n))?
    Presumably a continuation of the CRT series, and the omission of the noncoprime cases is because in those cases the additive group is acyclic, so there is no natural labelling by integers?

  2. Pingback: Computing the Euler totient function, part 2: seeing phi is multiplicative | The Math Less Traveled

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