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Q: Which mathematician discovered modular arithmetic

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A mathematician.

who discovered in arithmetic series

He discovered unicorns!

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Archimedes

Yes, because that is how remainder is defined. If the remainder was bigger, you would subtract one (or more) modular values until the remainder became smaller than the modulus.

In ordinary arithmetic, the resulting value will be from an infinite set of values but in case modular arithmetic, resulting value will be from a finite set of values.Open in Google Docs ViewerOpen link in new tabOpen link in new windowOpen link in new incognito windowDownload fileCopy link addressEdit PDF File on PDFescape.come.g. in ordinary arithmetic, the sum of two integers, the result will be an integer in the range {..., -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, ...}for modular arithmetic, the sum of two integerslike (a+b)mod n will be in the range {0, 1, 2, ... n-1}

his name was Pythagoras he was an ancient greek mathematician :)

The arithmetic logic unit or ALU performs arithmetic, logic, and integer operations. ALU was created by mathematician John von Neumann in 1945.

mathematician Euclid

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Arithmetic progression was invented and discovered by two different mathematicians and scientists. Their names were Harvey Dubner and Tony Forbes.

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