order of a group in natural numbers with adjoined squares
- A beautifull evening,
I am not sure if this is the right place to ask a mathematical question about number theory, but i hope that there is somebody who can give me a hint. The question is important for proving primes.
I investigate natural numbers with adjoined squares modulo a number p
If i detect a cyclic group with order d, does this implies that every factor of p consist of a cyclic group with order d ?
As far as i know this is right for natural numbers, but what happens
if i look in the field of natural numbers with adjoined squares ?
Nice greetings fromt the primes