This is the archived version of this course from the Spring 2013 semester. You might find something more recent by visitning my teaching page.
I'm going to test the result of multiplying
\[x = 83271 \times 76125\]
by testing both sides modulo 2, 3, and 5.
Produce a value for \(x\) that is not correct, but which will pass my modular verification tests. That is, give an incorrect value for \(x\) that will "trick" me into thinking it is correct.