modular arithmetic

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modular arithmetic

n.
A form of integer arithmetic in which all integers having the same remainder when divided by a given natural number (called the modulus) are considered equivalent: Clocks use modular arithmetic with modulus 12, so 4 hours after 9 o'clock is 1 o'clock.
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arithmétique modulaire
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