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Re: What is the remainder when 3^283 is divided by 5? [#permalink]
18 Dec 2017, 02:11

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For this question, we must know the pattern of 3. 3^1 = 3 3^2 = 9 3^3 = 7 3^4 = 1 3^5 = .... 3 So we have a pattern of 4. When we divide 383 by 4 we got 70,75. So the 280th ending must be a one. Then 283th must be a 7. (Something ending with 7 / 5 = Quotient wth a remainder of 2. So C.