Let p and q be odd primes. Show that 2 is a primitive root of q, if q = 4p + 1. It's in the Quadratic Residue section, so I'm guessing I have to use that fact somehow.
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Originally Posted by Janu42 Let p and q be odd primes. Show that 2 is a primitive root of q, if q = 4p + 1. It's in the Quadratic Residue section, so I'm guessing I have to use that fact somehow. See here.
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