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  1. zephiros
    Cupcake Oct 16, 2014


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  2. brooks2015
    Cupcake Oct 16, 2014


    #22
  3. DChosen
    Cupcake Oct 16, 2014


    #23
  4. ancalagon123
    Cupcake Oct 16, 2014

    ancalagon123 , Oct 16, 2014 :
    a = 0, n = m_3+3, b = m_1-m_2, c = m_1-m_2, m_1 element Z, m_1 >=0, m_2 element Z, m_2 >=0, m_3 element Z, m_3 >=0

    Fermat;s Last Theorem
     

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  5. jan.vega1
    Donut Oct 16, 2014


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  6. gauzdx
    Eclair Oct 16, 2014

    gauzdx , Oct 16, 2014 :
    ^ means exponential or power. Its not a multiplication operator.
     

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  7. jbhattji
    Cupcake Oct 16, 2014

    jbhattji , Oct 16, 2014 :
    Pythagorean theorem

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    The example above only takes in account n = 2 but n can be any real number up to infinity. i.e n = 2, 3, ...., infinity
     

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  8. rachitt
    Cupcake Oct 16, 2014


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  9. shreyaj
    Cupcake Oct 16, 2014

    shreyaj , Oct 16, 2014 :
    In number theory, Fermat's Last Theorem (sometimes called Fermat's conjecture, especially in older texts) states that no three positive integers a, b, and c can satisfy the equation a^n + b^n = c^n for any integer value of n greater than two.
     

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  10. jerclark
    Cupcake Oct 16, 2014

    jerclark , Oct 16, 2014 :
    ^nice copy of wiki
    But yeah it's "Fermat's Last Theorem" which has no nonzero solution
     

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  11. Joe96
    Donut Oct 16, 2014


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  12. ikilledheisenberg
    Froyo Oct 16, 2014


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  13. atiq
    Eclair Oct 16, 2014

    atiq , Oct 16, 2014 :
    Fermat's last theorem is a theorem first proposed by Fermat in the form of a note scribbled in the margin of his copy of the ancient Greek textArithmetica by Diophantus. The scribbled note was discovered posthumously, and the original is now lost. However, a copy was preserved in a book published by Fermat's son. In the note, Fermat claimed to have discovered a proof that the Diophantine equation[​IMG]has no integer solutions for [​IMG] and [​IMG].
     

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  14. Kermagod
    Froyo Oct 16, 2014


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  15. proppaganda
    Eclair Oct 16, 2014


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  16. ellisshoe
    Donut Oct 16, 2014


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  17. snoper
    Froyo Oct 16, 2014


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  18. maurini
    Nougat Oct 16, 2014

    maurini , Oct 16, 2014 :
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    right???!!!
     

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  19. sheijin
    Gingerbread Oct 16, 2014

    sheijin , Oct 16, 2014 :
    I love it when they tried. Fermat's conjecture states that no three positive integers a, b, and c can satisfy the equation an + bn = cn for any integer value of n greater than two.
     

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  20. jeremyqzt
    Cupcake Oct 16, 2014


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