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Topic: Three different proofs of Fermat's Last Theorem(1) Generalized FLT
(2) Geometry using notched cubes (3) Duality of Numbers to Angles

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what a beauty Re: the sheer dazzling beauty of this Third proof of
FLT Re: Three different proofs of Fermat's Last Theorem

Posted: Oct 3, 2017 5:21 AM
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Yes, what a beautiful proof that was, the third proof of FLT, simply stated, no solution exists for exp3 or higher, because any solution there would cascade down to a x,y,1 solution such as 3,4,5 is .6, .8, 1 and so all possible solutions are covered only by exp2. Otherwise you would have A^2 = A^3 or A to the whatever exponent.

Now that proof does the Array honor, because the proof statement is one paragraph and equal to or smaller than the Theorem statement.

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