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# a) Use Fermat's little theorem to compute 52003 mod 7,

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Problem 39E

Problem 39E

a) Use Fermat's little theorem to compute 52003 mod 7, 52003 mod 11, and 52003 mod 13.

b)  Use your results from part (a) and the Chinese remainder theorem to find 52003 mod 1001. (Note that 1001 = 7·11·13.)

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GEO 1000 Fran Snyder Week 4 September 12, 2017  Sill – horizontal  Dike – vertical  Look at Igneous Rock worksheet for classification o Know the six figures  Oceanic crust is made of basalt and gabbros (mafic)  Continents made of rhyolites and granites (Felsic)  Composition of igneous rocks o Fractional crystallization  silica rich minerals get concentrated in a melt when low-silica (mafic) crystalize & settle out  Silica-poor minerals have higher temps of crystallization o Partial melting  silica gets concentrated in a melt  Silica-rich minerals have lower melting temperatures o Assimilation  a melt’s compostion may be altered by assimilation of surrounding rock pieces – called ‘xenoliths’  Xenolith – piece of surrounding rock, broke off into magma  Silica melts quickly, rises & builds up in the Earth’s crust  Kilauea, HI – a non-explosive variety of volcano  Flood basalts, o Fluid, low silica magma o Extensive, nearly flat lava flow o No apparent volcano  Lava erupted from fissures  Cindercone (spattercone) – moderately explosive o Strombolian eruption style o More explosive than HI eruptions o Smaller conical features  Extremely violent eruption style  plinian o 10km  32,000 feet to 20 km  65,500 feet September 14, 2017  Shield Volcano vs. Composite

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