Number Theory


A Simple Proof of Fermat's Last Theorem

Authors: Angel Isaac Cruz Escalante

Fermat's last theorem states there are not solutions for a^x+b^x=c^x if (a,b,c,x) are positive integers and x>2, we can consider two possible cases for Fermat's last theorem, when x=4, and x=2n+1, n is natural numbers. case x=4 was proved by Fermat, here is a proof for case x=2n+1.

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[v1] 2018-08-07 02:00:58

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