1978_Question_2

It might be a little hard to read because I write sort of lightly (sorry)

Can you clarify “now we try values of x <= 16”?

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Oh sorry if I wasn’t clear on that part.
I meant that we know x is an positive integer (its a remainder) so we try values of x all the way up to 16 and show that we can’t find \frac{x}{n} with n \leq 100 within the given bounds.
So basically x=0, 1, 2, ...16 (I can’t think of a nicer way).

Thanks dude.

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