Use the Chinese remainder theorem to show that an integer a, with 0 5 ≤ a<m = m1, m2,….. mn, where the positive integers m1, m2,….. mn are pairwise relatively prime, can be represented uniquely by the n-tuple (a mod m1, a mod m2,…… a mod mn).
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Textbook: Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications
Author: Kenneth Rosen
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