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Gear300

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I ran into what I felt to be somewhat of an odd question:

*Prove that some odd numbers are primitive roots modulo p*

^{m}for each odd prime p and each positive integer m.It feels dodgy given that any odd number n = p

_{1}p

_{2}⋅⋅⋅ p

_{s}cannot be a primitive root of a prime number involved in its prime factorization. I just needed to be sure. Many thanks.