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# Construct a table of power of integers modulo n and find the primitive roots of n when n18?

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###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Numbers

### What are a score or more facts about integers?

1 Integer comes from the Latin word meaning whole and
untouched
2 Integers are whole rational numbers
3 Integers are the digits from 0 to 9 and a combination of these
digits
4 Integers can be expressed as fractions with a denominator of
1
5 Integers of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, ..... etc are the natural
historical counting numbers
6 Integers can be positive numbers including 0
7 Integers can be negative numbers
8 Integers can be even numbers including 0
9 Integers can be odd numbers
10 Integers can be prime numbers having only 2 factors
11 Integers can be composite numbers having more than 2
factors
12 Integers can be increased by the powers of positive
exponents
13 Integers to the power of 1 remain unchanged
14 Integers to the power of 0 are equal to 1
15 Integers on the number line are in ascending order
16 Integers 0 and 1 form the binary system
17 Integers can be perfect squares
18 Integers sometimes become irrational numbers when square
rooted
19 Integer numbers are infinite
20 Integer 20 is equal to a score
21 Integers with many noughts can be expressed in scientific
notation
22 Integers can be expressed in letters as in the Roman numeral
system
23 Integer 23 is a prime number so it's prime time to say
goodbye

###### Asked in Numbers

### What is the operation of integers?

There is no "operation of integers".
There are some operations that can be defined for single
integers such as: additive inverse (= negative), multiplicative
inverse (= reciprocal, not defined for 0), absolute value, square,
cube, nth power, square root (if non-negative), cube root and so
on.
Then there are operations that can be defined for two integers,
such as sum, difference, absolute difference, product, quotient (if
the second integer is not 0), exponent, logarithm of one to the
other as base (if they are both positive), and so on.