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    Let E be the elliptic curve over F5 defined by y^2 = x^3+1.
    1. Write down the division polynomial (psi_3)(x) for this curve.
    2. Show that the greatest common divisor of (psi_3)(x) and "x^5 -x" is "x(x-1)."
    3. Use part (2) to show that the 3-torsion points in E(F5) are {Origin,(0,1),(0,-1)}."

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    We are given the elliptic curve E over (please see the attached file) defined by:
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    a) We wish to compute the division polynomial (please see the attached file) for E.

    In general, for the elliptic curve defined by (please see the attached file) we have [1]
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    In this solution we solve several number theory problems involving points on an elliptic curve over a finite field. Included is one reference.