A finite field K=q is a field with q=pn
elements, where p is a prime number.
For the case where n=1, you can also use
If q is not prime (i.e., n>1), the elements of
q must be described by a generator x whose minimal
polynomial P(x) over p is irreducible of degree n.
In this case, you should define:
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