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Sir, please suggest solution

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a+b=c of abc conjecture can turn into elliptic curve for a=p*n/b^2, usually rad(abc)> c, if a> bc, rad(abc) for e*f*g .. of (e^t)

**(f^s)**(g^u)...., if a,b,c do not have common factor or power of prime number, another wise c > rad(abc) which is abc conjecture looking for it, it's easy to illuminate from all of elliptic curve . Post has attachment

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