**Modular Equivalence**

Two integers are equivalent mod *n* if they leave the same remainder when divided by *n*.

For example, 5 and 17 are equivalent mod 4 since they both have remainder 1 when divided by 4. We write

5 ≡ 17 (mod 4).

**See also**

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