uplinks:: Modular Arithmetic
tags:: #lang/en #type/term


A term used to assert that two distinct mathematical objects can be regarded as equivalent — if their difference is accounted for by an additional factor.

For example, the statement

A is the same as B modulo C


A and B are the same — except for differences accounted for or explained by C.


  1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modulo_(mathematics)

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