for p a prime exponent using linear forms in logs?
So far I have (xi)(x+i)=y^p which are coprime and hence x+i=(a+ib)^p , now how do I get a linear form in logs so that I can find an upper bound on p?
for p a prime exponent using linear forms in logs? So far I have (xi)(x+i)=y^p which are coprime and hence x+i=(a+ib)^p , now how do I get a linear form in logs so that I can find an upper bound on p? 

