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but for n=2 ?

that needs another complete proof :)

Yeah, of course. Haha, it seems that Fermat's isn't strong enough to prove that...

lol

Another interesting proof:
There is an infinitude of primes:
We begin by stating some large number \(n\) over which there exists no primes. If \(n>1\), there must exist a prime \(p\) such that \(n

thats interesting too...

I saw another good one for infinite primes but its been a while.

thats the one.

http://www.cut-the-knot.org/pythagoras/index.shtml
97 proofs of pythagoreans theorem!

lol

I just want, as they say, to 'nuke a mosquito'. With absolutely absurd proofs for simple statements.

man diophantine equations is my favorite topic :)

well then look up the proof for 2+2 = 4, its about 500 pgaes long.