Then we asked: what if we look at the angle in which each primitive root is located? And what if we compare these angles to the angles in which each generator is located for the same n (see section "Group, ring, field")? Here we provide two codes: the first one returns the angles where primitive roots lie for each integer n and the second one returns the angles where generators lie for each integer n:
AnglesPRoots.txt Size : 6.263 Kb Type : txt 

AnglesGenerators.txt Size : 1.73 Kb Type : txt 

Here you can see an example of the output of the first code (for primitive roots):
Here you can see an example of the output of the second code (for the generators):
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