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    Zeros of a polynomial in a ring.

    List all solutions to the equation x2-1 = 0 in the ring Z34, and prove that your
    list is complete.

    I know that 1 and 33 are roots, but I don't see any other. I can I prove that my list is complete?
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    Re: Zeros of a polynomial in a ring.

    You are correct the list is given by you the full list ,
    equation x^2 - 1 = 0 in the ring z34 is 1 and 33. There is no other answer for this.

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