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Andrew Beal Offers $1 Million To Solve His Math Problem, Beal Conjecture Remains Unsolved Since 1980s
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Re: Andrew Beal Offers $1 Million To Solve His Math Problem, Beal Conjecture Remains Unsolved Since 1980s
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Jun 8, 2013 9:39 PM


On Sat, 08 Jun 2013 20:16:39 0500, Sam Wormley wrote:
> Andrew Beal Offers $1 Million To Solve His Math Problem, Beal Conjecture > Remains Unsolved Since 1980s >> http://www.ibtimes.com/andrewbealoffers1millionsolvehismath problembealconjectureremainsunsolved1980s1292837 > >> 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.?
Hey Sammy, You are supposedly a math major. Solve this and you won't need to be beating the drum for that "carbon tax" anymore.



