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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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