One way to generate pseudorandom generator is the Linear Congruential Generator. The generator is defined by the congruential relation \[ X_{n+1} = (aX_n + c) \pmod m,\] where \(a, c,\) and \(m\) are parameters of the generator and \(X_0\) is called the seed.
Here is one way we could implement this:
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However, linear congruential generators are not very secure, i.e. their outputs are fairly predictable.
Here are 8 consecutive outputs from a particular LCG:
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What is the next output from the generator?
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