Probability of summing products of irreducible polynomials in a finite field to zero

Let $f(x), g(x), h(x)$ be randomly chosen irreducible polynomials over the finite field $GF(2^n)$.

What would the probability be for $\sum_{(i,j,k:i,j,k\in\mathbb{N},i+j+k=C)} f^i(x)g^j(x)h^k(x)=0$, where $C$ is much smaller than $n$?

I want to prove that this probability tends to zero as $n$ increases.

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$Pf^m(x) + Qg^m(x) +Rh^m(x) = 0$