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###### If p is prime then aP = a (mod p) for all a ez_(6 points) Useto show that a and a5 have the same units digit for any integer

If p is prime then aP = a (mod p) for all a ez_ (6 points) Use to show that a and a5 have the same units digit for any integer

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