Sorry Terry, I meant the first sentence of the proof of the first result: “The left-hand side may be written as (…)^2”.

*[Corrected, thanks – T.]*

*[No, this is in fact the conclusion that ends up being useful in applications – T.]*

*[I was not able to locate the sentence referred to here. -T.]*

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Are you referring to https://arxiv.org/pdf/2102.05564.pdf? I think this might already be done in the case of the Liouville function, c.f. https://arxiv.org/pdf/2007.15644.pdf (even though that paper also briefly mentions the general case).

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You have carefully studied the Sendov conjecture for high degree polynomials in an older post last year.

I just have founded a preprint of T. Agama uploaded to the ArXiv on 27 august 2020 which could interest you where the author claims to have proved such a famous conjecture in the general case.

To the best of my knowledge, this paper has not been published in a journal or conference.

After reading the article, I am not convinced of the completeness and correction of the proof.

I just wanted to inform you on this contribution.

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