Here we will acquaint ourselves with the fundamentals of quadratic residues and some of their applications, and learn how to solve quadratic congruences (or perhaps see when there is no solution).
KeywordsDiscrete Fourier Transform Primitive Root Quadratic Residue Legendre Symbol Concert Hall
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