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    If we have N:F_q^n ....> F_q , be the norm function . can any one explian how the map N is surjective .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike12 View Post
    If we have N:F_q^n ....> F_q , be the norm function . can any one explian how the map N is surjective .
    Precisely what kind of 'norm' is this? A field norm or a vector space norm?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drexel28 View Post
    Precisely what kind of 'norm' is this? A field norm or a vector space norm?
    Hi,
    It is a field Norm.
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