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Maple 18 Purchase Code Crack

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Maplesoft Operating System. It will be great if you can share with me the Maple 16 Activation Code.(And the Activation Code for Maple 18 too, please do not share it with any body. Thank you for that)”

A:

Based on the OP’s comments we got a purchase code here,

Maple 18 for macOS 64-bit with 2 Licenses
After purchase download the.zip file and then you should install the software by running it as Administrator.
The purchase code is : Win7ILNvMGM7XQ7UB7QE-ZMYOXTF_X-4rX3z-qCCI_9A2Pc
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Q:

What is the difference between $a^x\bmod n$ and $a^x\text{$modn$}$?

I need to compute $h(x)$ in terms of $a$:
$a^x\bmod n$ is $a^{x \cdot \frac{n}{gcd(a,n)}}\bmod n$ and $a^x\text{$modn$}$ is $a^{x \cdot \frac{n}{gcd(a,n)}}$
If $a$ is only divisible by $n$ or $n|a$ then the two expressions are equal.
But how does the calculation of the $gcd$ and $mod$ $n$ work?

A:

Your question is to well stated to be answered using an example.
For this consider $n=13,a=9$ and $x=1$.
Then $a^x\bmod13=a^{1\cdot\frac{13}{\gcd(a,13)}}\bmod13=9^{1\cdot\frac{13}{\gcd(9,13)}}\bmod13=9^{1\cdot11}\bmod13=9^{11}=99$
while $a^x\bmod13=a^{1\cdot\frac{13}{\gcd(a,13)}}=9^{1\cdot\frac{13}{\gcd(9,13)}}=9^{1\cdot2}=99$

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Characterization of $\alpha$-stable process

I am looking for an easy proof of the following characterization of $\alpha$-stable process.
A non-negative Borel measure $\mu$ on \$(\math
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