Consecutive Primitive Roots in a Finite Field. II

The proof of the theorem that every finite field of order $q (> 3)$ such that $q \not\equiv 7 (\operatorname{mod} 12)$ contains a pair of consecutive primitive roots is completed by consideration of the case in which $q \equiv 1 (\operatorname{mod} 60)$ . Full description

1st Person: Cohen, Stephen D. in Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society Vol. 94, No. 4 (1985), p. 605-611 More Articles Article English 1985 research-article Volltext Volltext

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