Correct Answer - Option 3 : 11

**Calculation:**

Wilson's theorem states that for any prime number 'p', (p-1)! divided by p leaves a remainder of p – 1

⇒ Which can also be written as, (p - 1)! = (p - 1)! mod (p)

⇒ According to Wilson's theorem, when 22! is divided by 23, Remainder will be 22.

⇒ or we can write as, 22! = 22 mod (23)

⇒ 22! = 22 mod (23)

⇒ 22 x 21 x 20! = 22 mod (23)

⇒ -1 x -2 x 20! = 22 mod (23)

⇒ 20! = 11 mod (23)

⇒ Now, the question has been reduced to 11^{45}/23

⇒ (11^{22} x 11^{22} x 11)/23 = 11 [As Remainder will be 1 when 11^{22} is divided by 23 By Fermat’s little theorem]

⇒ Wilson's theorem states that for any prime number 'p', (p-1)! divided by p leaves a remainder of p – 1

⇒ Which can also be written as, (p - 1)! = (p - 1)! mod (p)

⇒ Fermat’s little theorem states that if p is a prime number, then for any integer a, the number a p – a is an integer multiple of p.

⇒ Here p is a prime number

⇒ a^{p} = a (mod p).

⇒ Special Case: If a is not divisible by p, Fermat’s little theorem is equivalent to the statement that a p - 1 - 1 is an integer multiple of p.

⇒ a^{p-1} = 1 (mod p) OR a^{p-1}/p = 1

⇒ Here a is not divisible by p.