Number Theory


Proof of Beal’s Conjecture by Deduction

Authors: Kamal Barghout

Beal’s conjecture solution is identified as an identity. Each term on the LHS of the solution is converted to an improper fraction with the base kept as the denominator. In fractional form, addition of fraction requires like quantities and therefore common denominator. Since the “discreteness” of the terms as numbers in exponential form is preserved upon conversion and we keep the bases as the denominators, the equation will be proven by congruence upon transformation of the terms from exponential form to fractional form.

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