In class, we’ve been talking about the integers, which we’ve denoted Z. We started off talking about equality in Z, but then moved on to talking about congruences, which is a weaker notion. This handout explains how “congruence modulo n” is something called an equivalence relation, and we can use it to construct a set Z/nZ that’s a “quotient” of Z. The key… (More)
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