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bounds of weighted sum of exponentials (related to Baker's theorem)

Given $n$ integers $a_1, \cdots, a_n$ and $n$ algebraic numbers $b_1, \cdots, b_n$, consider $S=\sum_{i=0}^n a_i e^{b_i}$, the question is how to give a lower bound of $|S|$ assuming that $S\neq 0$, ...
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Rational points of non-rational curves

An algebraic curve (in this question) is the zero set   $C = f^{-1}(X\ Y)$ of any polynomial   $f\in\mathbb R[X\ Y]$;   we say then that   $f$   represents   $C$.   ...
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How can we understand Baker's theorem about transcendence ?

We know that for algebraic $e^{it\pi}$, $t$ can not be algebraic irrational by Baker's theorem, but his proof is analytic; is there some algebraic understanding for such fact? If $t$ is ...