Section Zero | KEY FINDINGS |

Section I | Introduction |

Section II | { Square-Of-Square } revisited |

Section III | { Pyramids } & { RINGS } |

Section IV | { Modulo 1103 } |

Section V | { Modulo 3361 } |

Section VI | On { FIRON-2/P } |

Section VII | The { Chinese Remainder Theorem } revisited |

Section VIII | Concluding Remarks |

Appendix A | Prime Numbers less than 256 |

Epliog I | Question on Mersenne Prime |

Epliog II | The Fractions Equation |

- 'Square-Of-Square' { Pyramid's } & { RING's } are the { core elements } for building a { Multiplication Table } [ modulo P ] ,
- and for the { prime number } [ 173 = 4 x 43 + 1 ] , we bring-in :
- the { Characteristic Pyramid } , &
- the 3 x { RING's OF 14 } .

- and the { multiplicative conjugates pairs } can be readily identified , as shown above .

- and for the { prime number } [ 173 = 4 x 43 + 1 ] , we bring-in :

- We find an application of the { multiplicative conjugates } in the { Chinese Remainder Theorem } , which then led us onto :
- Fraction Equations ,
- Vector Mechanics , &
- the { DOT Product } .