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Keywords:
Tribonacci; modular periodicity; periodic sequence
Summary:
Our previous research was devoted to the problem of determining the primitive periods of the sequences $(G_n\mod p^t)_{n=1}^{\infty }$ where $(G_n)_{n=1}^{\infty }$ is a Tribonacci sequence defined by an arbitrary triple of integers. The solution to this problem was found for the case of powers of an arbitrary prime $p\ne 2,11$. In this paper, which could be seen as a completion of our preceding investigation, we find solution for the case of singular primes $p=2,11$.
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