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Topic: The Simpsons and the ABC conjecture :-)
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Hauke Reddmann

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The Simpsons and the ABC conjecture :-)
Posted: Apr 7, 2013 3:17 PM
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Remember the 3D adventure with the fake Fermat
counter-example? Not so impressive in *absolute* terms,
since you can easily give an infinite set of solutions
to a^3+b^3-c^3=1. On the other hand, that example had
^12.
Surely there has been work done on a^n+b^n-c^n="small"
(I just have no idea how to google it :-) and it
somehow relates to the ABC stuff.
Mind to drop a link?

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