Some New Results about Trigonometry in Finite Fields
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In this paper, we study about trigonometry in finite field, we know that , the field with p elements, where p is a prime number if and only if p = 8k + 1 or p = 8k -1. Let F and K be two fields, we say that F is an extension of K, if K⊆F or there exists a monomorphism f: K→F. Recall that , F[x] is the ring of polynomial over F. If (means that F is an extension of K), an element is algebraic over K if there exists such that f(u) = 0 (see -). The algebraic closure of K in F is , which is the set of all algebraic elements in F over K.
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