Karatsubas algorithm, Mathematics

Consider the following two polynomials in F17[x]

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(a) Use Karatsuba's algorithm, by hand, to multiply these two polynomials.

(b) Use the FFT algorithm, by hand, to multiply these two polynomials.

Remember that if a polynomial has degree 3 or less then it is irreducible if and only if it has at least one linear factor, that (x - a) is a linear factor of a polynomial f(x) if and only if f(a) = 0 and that for small elds it is easy to check by hand if a particular value is a root of a polynomial.

(a) Which of the following polynomials are reducible and irreducible in F5[x]? What is the factorization of the reducible ones?

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(b) Does the following system have a unique solution of smallest degree:

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