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Ticket #16461, comment 16
initial v1 1 1 No. None of the one implies the other. 2 2 3 Assume `l(v1) % (k(k1)) == 0`. Then , for example:4  if `l = k (k1)` then `v` is arbitrary3 Assume `l(v1) % (k(k1)) == 0`. Then: 4  if `l = k1` then `v1` is can be any multiple of `k` 5 5  if `v1 = k(k1)` then `l` is arbitrary 6 6