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30 Nov 2012, 22:46
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can anybody help me:
If n is a prime number greater than 3, what is the remainder when n2( n square) is divided by 12?
A)0. B)1. C)2. D)3. E)5

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30 Nov 2012, 22:57
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Since there are no restrictions on n other than the fact that it is a prime number greater than 3, we can just pick any prime number greater than 3 and divide it by 12 to find the answer.

eg: 5^2 = 25
Dividing by 12, remainder is 1.

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