The Roots function has been extended to work for a composite modulus . The roots are computed mod each prime factor of , lifted using p-adic lifting, and then combined by application of the Chinese remainder theorem. The result returned is a list of the roots and their multiplicities. Example: find the roots of the polynomial mod 72

> Roots(x^2) mod 72; [[36, 2], [24, 1], [12, 1], [60, 1], [0, 2], [48, 1]]

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