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Topic: proof of FLT
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James

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proof of FLT
Posted: Feb 1, 2011 5:13 PM
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Hey everybody,

I was a math undergrad, and I've decided to learn graduate level math as a
hobby by myself. In particular, I'd like to be able to read Wiles' proof of
Fermat's last theorem. What would be the reading list to do so?

I think it would start with a book like Lang's or Hungerford's Algebra. What
is the sequence, with Wiles' paper as the last thing to read?

Thanks,
James






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