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Comment on More words about PWW #25: The Chinese Remainder Theorem by Computing the Euler totient function, part 2: seeing phi is multiplicative | The Math Less Traveled
https://mathlesstraveled.com/2019/04/05/more-words-about-pww-25-the-chinese-remainder-theorem/#comment-44183
Sat, 18 May 2019 10:54:33 +0000http://mathlesstraveled.com/?p=3870#comment-44183[…] grid with consecutive numbers along the diagonal, the number ends up at the grid coordinates (see this post). We’re guessing that cells containing numbers relatively prime to end up precisely where the […]
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Comment on Post without words #26 by Computing the Euler totient function, part 2: seeing phi is multiplicative | The Math Less Traveled
https://mathlesstraveled.com/2019/05/06/post-without-words-26/#comment-44182
Sat, 18 May 2019 10:54:31 +0000http://mathlesstraveled.com/?p=3889#comment-44182[…] to certain rows and columns. (Incidentally, this is exactly what I was trying to show in my last post without words, though I think the colors may have been somewhat distracting.) Which rows and columns are they? […]
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Comment on Post without words #25 by Computing the Euler totient function, part 2: seeing phi is multiplicative | The Math Less Traveled
https://mathlesstraveled.com/2019/03/05/post-without-words-25/#comment-44181
Sat, 18 May 2019 10:54:29 +0000http://mathlesstraveled.com/?p=3849#comment-44181[…] get some intuition for this by looking at some Chinese remainder theorem grids and highlighting the numbers which are relatively prime to . So, for example, the first grid below […]
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Comment on Sigma Notation by python - Codifica sigma formula?
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Mon, 13 May 2019 03:06:54 +0000http://www.mathlesstraveled.com/?page_id=50#comment-44131[…] se non sai cosa è il sigma simbolo significa: guarda qui […]
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Comment on Post without words #26 by Gesh
https://mathlesstraveled.com/2019/05/06/post-without-words-26/#comment-44075
Tue, 07 May 2019 17:33:52 +0000http://mathlesstraveled.com/?p=3889#comment-44075 for , with invertible elements highlighted and elements enumerated in-order (i.e., element is in cell )?
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?
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Comment on Chinese Remainder Theorem proof by Brent
https://mathlesstraveled.com/2019/04/10/chinese-remainder-theorem-proof/#comment-42799
Wed, 10 Apr 2019 11:58:11 +0000http://mathlesstraveled.com/?p=3876#comment-42799Ah, thanks, fixed!
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Comment on Chinese Remainder Theorem proof by Sjoerd Visscher
https://mathlesstraveled.com/2019/04/10/chinese-remainder-theorem-proof/#comment-42796
Wed, 10 Apr 2019 11:26:44 +0000http://mathlesstraveled.com/?p=3876#comment-42796There’s a typo in the wikipedia url 🙂
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Comment on More words about PWW #25: The Chinese Remainder Theorem by Chinese Remainder Theorem proof | The Math Less Traveled
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Wed, 10 Apr 2019 11:15:16 +0000http://mathlesstraveled.com/?p=3870#comment-42793[…] my previous post I stated the Chinese Remainder Theorem, which says that if and are relatively prime, then the […]
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Comment on About me by Category theory and homiletics
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Mon, 08 Apr 2019 11:59:11 +0000http://wso.williams.edu/~byorgey/wordpress/?page_id=9#comment-42519[…] story came up in a recent conversation with Brent Yorgey about category theory. You might discover something via category theory but then share it without […]
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Comment on A few words about PWW #25 by More words about PWW #25: The Chinese Remainder Theorem | The Math Less Traveled
https://mathlesstraveled.com/2019/03/09/a-few-words-about-pww-25/#comment-42172
Fri, 05 Apr 2019 11:31:26 +0000http://mathlesstraveled.com/?p=3865#comment-42172[…] then in the next post I explained how I made the images: starting in the upper left corner of a grid, put consecutive […]
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