Authors: Philip Aaron Bloom
By inspection, for some positive integral n (e.g., n=1,2) there clearly exist positive integers A, B, C satisfying A^n+B^n = C^n, an algebraic identity that we have devised with one unrestricted real variable. We find a way around the circularity inherent to this identity, allowing us to show that the positive coprime triple (A,B,C) is equal to the positive coprime triple (x,y,z) that satisfies x^n+y^n=z^n. Our identity discloses, for n greater or equal to three, that no value of coprime (A,B,C) satisfies A^n+B^n=C^n. So, we prove FLT directly.
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