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Chapter 2.5, Problem 47E

Textbook Problem

In the congruences

Expert Solution

To determine

Whether there are solutions of congruence

**Formula used:**

i) For

ii) Theorem: Addition and Multiplication Properties:

If

**Explanation:**

Given,

By adding property of congruence’s,

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