Authors: Philip A. Bloom
This two-page proof, by contraposition, of Fermat's last theorem, uses two analogous forms of a previously overlooked equation, each of which is equivalent to rational z^n-y^n = x^n. A relationship held in common by these two equations reveals the crucial n = 1, 2 limitation.
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