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Re: Princeton Univ. math professor endorses Beal & FLT proofs to arxiv.org
Posted: Feb 22, 2014 4:29 PM
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Now there are many more conjectures that require the larger overarching theorem to be proven first before the corollary, the side shoot of the theorem can be proven. For FLT as corollary of Beal is just one example.

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