Date: Nov 28, 2012 10:14 AM
Author: John Jens
Subject: Re: From Fermat little theorem to Fermat Last Theorem
On Wednesday, November 28, 2012 4:09:43 PM UTC+2, Frederick Williams wrote:

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> > Corrections was made.

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> > It's sufficient that only a < p.

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> > If a + b â câ ¥0 because 0<aâ ¤b<c implies b â c < 0 ,0 â ¤ a + b â c < a < p

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> > If a + b â c = 0 see (1)

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> > If a + b â c â ¥ 1 and because a + b â c < a implies a â ¥ 2 and because a < p implies

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> > p > 2.

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> May I urge to stick to 7 bit ASCII?

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Corrections was made.

It's sufficient that only a < p.

If a + b - c>=0 because 0<a<=b<c implies b - c < 0 , 0 <= a + b - c < a < p

If a + b - c = 0 see (1)

If a + b - c >= 1 and because a + b - c < a implies a >= 2 and because a < p implies

p > 2.