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comment Terminology for the equation $a=a+b$ in commutative semigroups
Thanks for the link.
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comment Application of polynomials with non-negative coefficients
The previous proof works if $p(1)\neq 1$ (i.e. $p(x)=x^n$). But one can just take $p(2)$ and $p(p(2))$ for instance.