If anyone could provide a proof or some examples to the following that would be great! Here's the question: Is it possible to have a number n such that 9 is a primitive root modulo n? Explain. (n is an integer).
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Originally Posted by willowman007 If anyone could provide a proof or some examples to the following that would be great! Here's the question: Is it possible to have a number n such that 9 is a primitive root modulo n? Explain. (n is an integer). No, it is a perfect square.
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