# Re: Puzzled (4^162 mod 100)

In article <e0pskq\$5he\$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Arturo Magidin <magidin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

The multiplicative identity of this subgroup is 76.

It's not a "subgroup" because there is no overgroup.

Okay, my mistake. Apparently, "subgroup" is the accepted nomenclature
for a subsemigroup which happens to be a group under the induced

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