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(1) Prove the converse to Wilson's theorem: If (m − 1)! ≡ −1( mod m
(1) Prove the converse to Wilson's theorem: If (m − 1)! ≡ −1( mod m) then m is prime.
On the converse of Wolstenholme's Theorem
It is easy to see that the converse of Wilson's Theorem also holds. Thus. Wilson's Theorem can be used to identify the primes.
2 Congruences
Feb 16, 2011 The converse to Wilson's Theorem can be stated in contrapositive form as follows : If n is composite, then (n − 1)!
Math. 55 EXAM. Model Solutions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
Wilson's Theorem says “ If n is a prime then (n–1)! ≡ –1 mod n .” State this theorem's converse: _ If (n–1)!
Math 780: Elementary Number Theory
(3) Find the smallest positive integer k such that ak 1 (mod 756) for every integer a which is relatively prime to 756. (4) Prove the converse of Wilson's Theorem.

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PlanetMath: converse of Wilson's theorem
To prove the converse of Wilson's theorem it is enough to show that a composite number can't satisfy the congruence.
PlanetMath: proof of Wilson's theorem using the Wilson quotient
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Converse of Wilson's Theorem Proof, Beginner's Number Theory
Converse of Wilson's Theorem Proof, Beginner's Number Theory Calculus & Beyond discussion.
Wilson's theorem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(1) Prove the converse to Wilson's theorem: If (m − 1)! ≡ −1( mod m
(1) Prove the converse to Wilson's theorem: If (m − 1)! ≡ −1( mod m) then m is prime.

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