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- By hand, use the Extended Euclidean algorithm (EEA) to write the gcd of 4883 and 4369 as their combination.

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use the Extended Euclidean algorithm (EEA) to write the gcd of
4883 and 4369 as their linear combination

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(b) Write gcd(503, 302301) as a linear combination of 38 and
49.
(c) What is an inverse of 503 modulo 302301?
(d) Solve 503x ≡ 2 (mod 302301)

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Use extended Euclidean algorithm to find x and y such that 20x +
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will want a calculator for the divisions, but show your work. How
many steps (applications of the theorem) does each calculation
require?

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diagram displaying all divisibilities among the numbers 1, 85, 221,
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- Now I already found the gcd and the lcm but I forgot how to
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