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On March 23. 2003. Iraqi forces ambushed the trail convoy element of the 507th Maintenance Company that had taken a wrong turn near An Nasiriyah. There had been bitter fighting around Nasiriyah, a vital crossing point of the River Euphrates. Miller was driving the last truck in the convoy with Private First Class Brandon Sloan and Sergeant James Riley as passengers. During the attack, he floored the accelerator, trying to steer and duck bullets at the same time.
Enemy fire killed Sloan and damaged his truck's transmission, disabling the vehicle.
Miller was a 1998 graduate of Valley Center High School in Valley Center, a town of 5,000 people outside Wichita, Kansas. Employed in civilian life as a welder, he joining the army in summer 2002, to help pay for his student loans. While in Texas. he married his wife, Jessa, and had two children.
This is what it says in the MathWorld article, but that article is written from the mathematician's point of view. In fact it is useless to pick the base 1, since 1 s = 1 (mod n ) and you'll waste a trial. Similarly, it's useless to pick the base n ? 1, since s is odd and so ( n ? 1) s = ?1 (mod n ). Mathematicians don't have to worry about wasted trials, but programmers do, so write instead:
The value x that we've just computed is a 2 0 s (mod n ). So we could test it immediately and save ourselves one loop iteration: In the section where you calculate a 2 j s (mod n ) each of these numbers is the square of the previous number (modulo n ). It's wasteful to calculate each from scratch when you could just square the previous value.
- He was said to have not been overly concerned, despite his mother's strong feelings against it.
- We can divide it once (so r 1 ) and after the division we end up with 3 (so s 3 ). answered Jan 30 '13 at 21:05 Patrick Miller (soldier) Infobox Military Person namePatrick Miller born birth year and age1980 died placeofbirth Valley Center, Kansas placeofdeath placeofburial caption Patrick Miller (soldier) allegianceUnited States of America serviceyears unknown rank Private First Class unit 507th Maintenance Company battlesOperation Iraqi Freedon awards Silver Star Prisoner of War Medal Purple Heart Combat Action Badge Private First Class Patrick Miller was a mechanic, a member of the US Army 507th Maintenance Company.
Jessica Lynch - Part of same unit but held separately in a different location After he was captured, he was repeatedly questioned about radio frequencies that were written on pieces of paper inside his helmet. "Thinking on his feet, Pfc. Miller told his captors that they were prices for water pumps," the release said. "Disgusted, the captors threw the frequencies and his helmet into the fire.
He was one of five POWs to be interviewed on Al Jazeera. In the interview, he was asked why he came to Iraq, his reply was "I come to fix broke stuff. " Asked if he came to shoot Iraqis, he answered, "No, I come to shoot only if I am shot at.
answered Jan 30 '13 at 21:05
Prior to his capture, Miller had stood
Miller was held for 22 days with four other members of his unit including: Spc. Edgar Hernandez Spc. Joseph Hudson Spc.
However, when I run the program, it
In implementing the algorithm we incorporate some laborsaving steps. First we test for divisibility by any prime p < N . where, say N = 1000.
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Miller's wife Jessa moved to Park City, Kansas in December 2002, to allow her and kids to live with her mother during the war. When Miller deployed to Iraq. he was said to have not been overly concerned, despite his mother's strong feelings against it. His half-brother, Thomas Hershberger, commented "He is kind of cocky - he didn't act scared at all."
1, since s is odd and so ( n. 1) s ?1 (mod n ). Mathematicians don't have to worry about wasted trials, but programmers do, so write instead: ( n needs to be at least 4 for this optimization to work, but we can easily arrange that by returning True at the top of the function when n 3, just as you do for n 2. ) As noted in other replies, you've misunderstood the MathWorld article.
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