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Initially , I have placed $a^{-1}b$ in place of $b$ , and obtained $a^2b= ba^2$ for all $a\in G$. Consequently, i have obtained $ab^2=b^2a$ . Then what to do ?

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You don't. A counterexample is the quaternion group of order $8$.

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