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Quadratic nonresidue

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Given an integer and an odd prime , the former is a quadratic nonresidue of the latter if the congruence does not have a solution. For example, 5 is a quadratic nonresidue of 7 because has no solutions.

Compare quadratic residue. See also Legendre symbol.