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Be careful to use the congruence relation symbol ($\equiv$) properly. In particular, don't use the equals sign ("=") when you should use congruence. (Note that you can type that symbol in Microsoft Windows by holding the ALT key and typing 240 on the number pad.) | Be careful to use the congruence relation symbol ($\equiv$) properly. In particular, don't use the equals sign ("=") when you should use congruence. (Note that you can type that symbol in Microsoft Windows by holding the ALT key and typing 240 on the number pad.) | ||

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+ | If you're still having trouble distinguishing the congruence relation from equality, here's a little tutorial that may be helpful to you: http://www-cs-students.stanford.edu/~dalewis/congruent.html | ||

=== Question 2=== | === Question 2=== | ||