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sorry, for fourth case, it's \(n^2 \equiv 9 (mod 5)\) and it's equal to \(n^2 \equiv 4 (mod 5)\)

Excellent, but how do we know that there are only five possible values for n?

sorry it'snot n-1, it's n. but the range is 0,1,2,3,...,n-1