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Chuck
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Re: Fermat's Last Theorem.
Posted:
Jan 24, 2012 9:27 AM


On the bottom of page 11 you say that the two roots of your quadratic equation are
(18) k = 5/2 and
(19) k = (a^n +2)/2
I agree.
You then go on to say that (18) and (19) imply that a^n = 3.
Well you lost me on that one.



