Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #16461, comment 16


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06/11/14 16:00:32 (7 years ago)
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  • Ticket #16461, comment 16

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    11No. None of the one implies the other.
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    3 Assume `l(v-1) % (k(k-1)) == 0`. Then, for example:
    4 - if `l = k(k-1)` then `v` is arbitrary
     3Assume `l(v-1) % (k(k-1)) == 0`. Then:
     4- if `l = k-1` then `v-1` is can be any multiple of `k`
    55- if `v-1 = k(k-1)` then `l` is arbitrary
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