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* CHALLENGE QUESTION*
Prove that a^n = b^n + c^n has no nonzero integer solutions for n>2.
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* CHALLENGE QUESTION* Prove that a^n = b^n + c^n has no nonzero integer solutions for n>2.
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I am not sure this small box is able to contain such a proof. ):
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@AccessDenied A small box may look very small but it has a lot of potential with in .It just depends how you use it. :)
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