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Why study finite-dimensional vector spaces in the abstract if they are all isomorphic to $R^n$?

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Galois theory and cryptography

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Determinant of Hessian matrix and inflection point on elliptic curve

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Show that ${\phi^2}_p =-p$

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Automorphism Elliptic Curve - nth Root of Unity

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What is the kernel polynomial of a degree $l$ isogeny?

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Math Olympiad Question- Proof

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Cryptographic Reduction: Last Bit of RSA Suffices to Recover the Plaintext

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Twin prime conjecture and finite groups. Help with proof of basic equivalence.

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Building blocks to understanding Elliptic Curves

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Alternative to Pohlig-Hellman with given generator order

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Order of an Elliptic curve

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Shanks Algorithm for composite orders

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How do you compute order of points in elliptic curve?

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Non-commutative formal groups- proof of non-commutativity

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Silverman AEC exercise V.5.10(e)

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Avoiding the principal square root issue in Discrete Logarithm?

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Prove that an algorithm that solves Basis Problem for $E[m]$ can be used to solve the ECDLP (Elliptic Curve Discrete Logarithm Problem)

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Silverman Arithmetic of Elliptic Curves Exercise 3.5(a)(ii)

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Find $log_{P}R$ on this Elliptic curve

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Holomorphic differentials on $\mathbb{P^1}$?

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Generator of group, Computation of discrete logarithm

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Why is the abelian group of points on an elliptic curve over a finite field isomorphic to the product of at most two cyclic groups?