As a Ninth Power (Mod p)


Affiliations

  • Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada

Abstract

Let p be a prime ≠ 2,3. We consider the problem of giving a necessary and sufficient condition for 2 to be a ninth power (mod p), analogous to those known for 2 to be a k th power (mod p) for k = 3 [3], k = 5 [4], k = 7 [5] and k = 11 [6].

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Mathematical Sciences

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