FINITE FIELDS

@inproceedings{Conrad2004FINITEF,
  title={FINITE FIELDS},
  author={Keith Conrad},
  year={2004}
}
This handout discusses finite fields: how to construct them, properties of elements in a finite field, and relations between different finite fields. We write Z/(p) and Fp interchangeably for the field of size p. Here is an executive summary of the main results. • Every finite field has prime power order. • For every prime power, there is a finite field of that order. • For a prime p and positive integer n, there is an irreducible π(x) of degree n in Fp[x], and Fp[x]/(π(x)) is a field of order… Expand
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