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comment Elliptic curves and prime numbers
@Meysam: Yes, exactly. That's why I don't see anything algorithmically useful coming out of your question.
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comment Elliptic curves and prime numbers
Well, I suppose it depends what you mean by "generate". Certainly I don't see anything algorithmically useful coming out of this. But as I was happy to answer your question without hearing what was behind it, I will not further pester you about your motivations.
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comment Elliptic curves and prime numbers
@Meysam: I am very confused by your last comment. Note in particular that in your formulation you allow $a$ and $b$ to depend on $n$. If you didn't mean that -- i.e., if you wanted to consider reductions of a fixed elliptic curve defined over $\mathbb{Q}$, the answer is certainly no (it follows from Serre's theorems on the image of the $\ell$-adic Galois representation.)
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