Unformatted text preview: θ i , so θ j 6 = ± θ i . Since  j  = 4, we see that θ j also has order 4 and consequently there are at most four possibilities for θ j . Since θ is determined by its affect on { i , j } , we conclude there are at most 6*4 = 24 possibilities for θ and the result follows....
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 Math, Algebra, 1986, Prime number, θ, August 31, 4.4.4 on page 137

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