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Dec
3
answered The group $F^\times$ has at most $t$ elements of order $t$ if $F$ is a field.
Dec
1
accepted Using characters in finite fields to find number of solutions to polynomials.
Dec
1
answered Using characters in finite fields to find number of solutions to polynomials.
Dec
1
asked Generators of Finite Fields and Quadratic Extensions
Dec
1
revised Using characters in finite fields to find number of solutions to polynomials.
Fixed indices
Dec
1
comment Quadratic Extension of Finite field
I'm still having trouble showing this last part that if we given a generator $\beta\in K$ then we can find a generator $\alpha\in L$ such that $\beta=\alpha^{q+1}$
Dec
1
comment Quadratic Extension of Finite field
This last part shows the converse of what I was trying to show, which is much easier. I want that if we given a generator $\beta\in K$ then we can find a generator $\alpha\in L$ such that $\beta=\alpha^{q+1}$
Nov
30
asked Quadratic Extension of Finite field
Nov
30
revised Using characters in finite fields to find number of solutions to polynomials.
edited title
Nov
30
accepted Nonzero trace in finite fields and proving irreducibility.
Nov
30
accepted Show the polynomial $(x-\alpha)(x-\alpha^p)\cdots(x-\alpha^{p^{n-1}})$ is in $F_p[x]$ if $\alpha\in F_{p^n}$
Nov
30
revised Using characters in finite fields to find number of solutions to polynomials.
Clarified
Nov
27
asked Using characters in finite fields to find number of solutions to polynomials.
Nov
27
revised Nonzero trace in finite fields and proving irreducibility.
edited tags
Nov
27
asked Nonzero trace in finite fields and proving irreducibility.
Nov
27
awarded  Self-Learner
Nov
26
answered Show the polynomial $(x-\alpha)(x-\alpha^p)\cdots(x-\alpha^{p^{n-1}})$ is in $F_p[x]$ if $\alpha\in F_{p^n}$
Nov
26
revised Show the polynomial $(x-\alpha)(x-\alpha^p)\cdots(x-\alpha^{p^{n-1}})$ is in $F_p[x]$ if $\alpha\in F_{p^n}$
added 309 characters in body
Nov
26
comment Show the polynomial $(x-\alpha)(x-\alpha^p)\cdots(x-\alpha^{p^{n-1}})$ is in $F_p[x]$ if $\alpha\in F_{p^n}$
Sorry, I'll edit to make it more clear.
Nov
26
asked Show the polynomial $(x-\alpha)(x-\alpha^p)\cdots(x-\alpha^{p^{n-1}})$ is in $F_p[x]$ if $\alpha\in F_{p^n}$