Let $F$ be a finite field.
.How do I prove that the order of $F$ is always of order $p^n$ where $p$ is prime?
Prove that the smallest multiple $m$ of 1 that gives zero has to be a prime. (Otherwise there are divisors of $m$ which are then divisors of zero.)
Prove that a field is a vector space over a subfield.
Count the elements of the field if the dimension of this vector space is $n$.
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