Asked Sep 5, 2019
Let i, r, and k be positive integers, and let s
gcd(i, r). Assume that r | ik. Prove that
| k.

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Let i, r, and k be positive integers, and let s gcd(i, r). Assume that r | ik. Prove that | k.


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To prove the divisibility property under the given conditions

Step 2

To prove the given statement , we use the Euclidean algorithm: The gcd s of i and r...

S=ai+br ()

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=gcd(i,r)>3a,beZwith S=ai+br ()


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