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1, we only need to prove Claim 2: g(x)x M−w = g(x)x w is not a square multiple in Fq [x] where g(x) is deﬁned in Claim 1. However, Claim 1 implies Claim 2. Thus, we only need to show that Claim 1 is true. We now show the case of d = 3. We assume that both f1 and f2 have degree 5. The other cases can be proved in a similar, but much simpler, way. Considering the coefﬁcient of x and constant term, f2 (ατ x) = c · f1 (x) will induce τ = 0 and f1 = f2 . Thus f1 (x) and f2 (ατ x) have at least one different root in F q .