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mn+1 \equiv 0 \pmod{24} then : m+n \equiv 0 \pmod{24} using group theory
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You're trying to prove that if mn \equiv 1 \pmod{24} then m \equiv n \pmod{24}. Let k = n. Then you're trying to show that if mk \equiv 1 \pmod{24} then m \equiv k \pmod{24}. Of ...
Can we ever have \Gamma \models \perp
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That's exactly right: "\Gamma\models\perp" is equivalent to "\Gamma has no model" (or "\Gamma is unsatisfiable").
Is this proof about Mersenne numbers acceptable?
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In order for \alpha\Rightarrow\beta to be valid, it must hold in all models; for \alpha\Rightarrow\beta to not be valid, there must be a model where it is false. If there is a model where it is ...
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