Given two integers A and B, the task is to calculate 22A % B.
Input: A = 3, B = 5
223 % 5 = 28 % 5 = 256 % 5 = 1.
Input: A = 10, B = 13
Approach: The problem can be efficiently solved by breaking it into sub-problems without overflow of integer by using recursion.
Let F(A, B) = 22A % B.
Now, F(A, B) = 22A % B
= 22 * 2A – 1 % B
= (22A – 1 + 2A – 1) % B
= (22A – 1 * 22A – 1) % B
= (F(A – 1, B) * F(A – 1, B)) % B
Therefore, F(A, B) = (F(A – 1, B) * F(A – 1, B)) % B.
The base case is F(1, B) = 221 % B = 4 % B.
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