# How to find the order of F_2/N when N is a polynomial

N is a high-degree polynomial.

How to find the order of F_2/N when N is a polynomial

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asked 2024-04-02 03:37:37 +0200 **

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N is a high-degree polynomial.

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If I read your question correctly, then for an irreducible over GF(2) polynomial $N$, the order is simply $2^{\mathrm{deg}(N)}$.

Thank you for answering. How to calculate order if N is reducible?