Re: Together chokes with Prime Modulus > 46337
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- Subject: [mg15132] Re: Together chokes with Prime Modulus > 46337
- From: "Allan Hayes" <hay at haystack.demon.co.uk>
- Date: Wed, 16 Dec 1998 03:11:10 -0500
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I get an explicit message:
"Microsoft Windows 3.0 (April 25, 1997)"
"Modulus \!\(1299709\) is too large for this implementation."
Together[1/x + 1/(1 + x), Modulus -> 1299709]
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Ersek, Ted R wrote in message <754vbm$jfg at smc.vnet.net>...
>One of the great things about Mathematica is that you can do exact
>calculations with very large numbers. For example:
>In the next line Together works in modulo 46337 and I get the answer in
>(note 46337 is a prime number)
>Together[1/x+1/(x+1), Modulus->46337] Out
>(2*(23169 + x))/(x*(1 + x))
>Next try using Together with any prime modulus larger than 46337 and
>Mathematica will choke.
>I would have guessed the functions that use the Modulus option could
>work in modulo prime where the prime modulus has a hundred digits or
>more with no problem. Instead Mathematica flat-out quits for modulo
>greater than 46337.
>Is it impractical to make a version that will do modular algebra with a
>I can evaluate NextPrime[10^10000] and I doubt Mathematica will refuse
>to try it. I might have to wait over a year for an answer. I might
>run out of memory before I get an answer, but I expect Mathematica will
>not give up. Using Modulus 46337 Together hasn't even got to the point
>where it takes a little while, but it will refuse to work with a
>modulus any larger. Why?
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