For all primes p, show that is solvable. From a theorem, the question is equivalent to showing that And then I am stuck.
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There are four options for since is the exhaustive list of factors of . If , it's pretty easy to see . If . If . If . In this case, and hence is a square modulo , i.e. . Therefore we can choose such that . So . Therefore is always solvable.
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