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Topic: Beal's Conjecture Definition correct?
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Andre Bruton

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Beal's Conjecture Definition correct?
Posted: Jun 23, 2013 12:43 PM
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Hi

My kids and I were intrieged by Beal's Conjecture recently mentioned in the news. My youngest (12) and I decided to try and prove something using Python programming.

We got the following solution. Does this apply to the rules (if we understand them correctly)

2^8 + 4^4 = 8^3

A, B, C are not the same
x, y, z are not the same
x, y, z are larger than 2
256 and 512 have common prime factor of 2

Best regards

Andre F Bruton



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