How should I begin this question?

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In summary, the best way to start a scientific question is by identifying a problem or phenomenon to investigate and using specific language. The purpose of a scientific question is to guide research and provide a clear objective. To make it more impactful, consider its significance and seek feedback from experts. It is also common to change the question during research based on new information and insights.
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If alpha is a quadratic integers in Q[sqrt(-d)] , then define a notion of congruence (mod alpha).
Furthermore, define +, -, and X for congruence classes , and show that this notion is well-defined.

Could you please guide me to begin this question? Thank you very much.
 
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Do you know how to do that for ordinary integers? If so, just follow the same basic idea.
 

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What is the best way to start a scientific question?

The best way to start a scientific question is by identifying a problem or phenomenon that you want to investigate. This will help guide your research and allow you to develop a clear and focused question.

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It is important to use specific language in your question to ensure clarity and accuracy. This will also help you to avoid any ambiguity or misunderstandings.

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