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Public exponent (e) 
The public exponent (e) is a small integer and is part of the public key. Valid public exponent values are for example, 3, 5, 7, 17, 257, or 65537. When creating RSA keys the public exponent is usually 65537 (dec) (= 10001 (hex)) The public exponent (e) requirements are:
Note 1: Euler's phi(n) function: phi(n) = (p  1) * (q  1) Note 2: Coprime examples:
