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Chapter 3.5, Problem 32E

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Let

To determine

**To find:** All isomorphism from multiplicative group

**Given information:**

Mapping is from multiplicative group

**Calculation:**

Consider first group

There are two generators for

There are two generators for

Using these generators, there are two possibilities for mapping as either

**Let us find the mapping for remaining elements in** **using**

Implies that

Implies that

Implies that

Implies that

Implies that

**Let us find the mapping for remaining elements in** **using**

Implies that

Implies that

Implies that

Implies that

Implies that

Therefore, define a mapping

1)

2)

For every element of

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