# Category Archives: posts without words

## Post without words #26

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## More words about PWW #25: The Chinese Remainder Theorem

In a previous post I made images like this: And then in the next post I explained how I made the images: starting in the upper left corner of a grid, put consecutive numbers along a diagonal line, wrapping around … Continue reading

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## A few words about PWW #25

In my previous post I made images like this: What’s going on? Well, first, it’s easy to notice that each grid starts with in the upper-left square; is one square down and to the right of , then is one … Continue reading

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## Fermat witnesses and liars (some words on PWW #24)

Let be a positive integer we want to test for primality, and suppose is some other positive integer with . There are then four possibilities: and could share a common factor. In this case we can find the common factor … Continue reading

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## Post without words #24

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## Post without words #23

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## Post without words #22

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## Post without words #21

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## From primitive roots to Euclid’s orchard

Commenter Snowball pointed out the similarity between Euclid’s Orchard… …and this picture of primitive roots I made a year ago: At first I didn’t see the connection, but Snowball was absolutely right. Once I understood it, I made this little … Continue reading

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