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Topic: Andrew Beal Offers $1 Million To Solve His Math Problem, Beal Conjecture
Remains Unsolved Since 1980s

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Sam Wormley

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Andrew Beal Offers $1 Million To Solve His Math Problem, Beal Conjecture
Remains Unsolved Since 1980s

Posted: Jun 8, 2013 9:16 PM
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Andrew Beal Offers $1 Million To Solve His Math Problem, Beal Conjecture
Remains Unsolved Since 1980s
> http://www.ibtimes.com/andrew-beal-offers-1-million-solve-his-math-problem-beal-conjecture-remains-unsolved-1980s-1292837

> The Beal Conjecture states that the only solutions to the equation
> A^x + B^y = C^z, when A, B and C are positive integers, and x, y and
> z are positive integers greater than two, are those in which A, B and
> C have a common factor. The American Mathematical Society in
> Providence, Rhode Island, said that typical of many statements in
> number theory, they're "easy to say but extremely difficult to
> prove.?




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