Okay, I thought that there would exist a projection from ##\mathbb{Z}^{p-1}## to ##\mathbb{Z}_{p}## where ##p## is a prime. Like there exist a projection from ##\mathbb{Z}## to ##\mathbb{Z}_p##(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Does there exist a canonical projection from Z^p-1 to Z_p

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