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Topic: Re: Conjecture - Fermat's Last Theorem Generalization
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bassam king karzeddin

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Re: Conjecture - Fermat's Last Theorem Generalization
Posted: Oct 17, 2017 4:12 AM
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> ***Conjecture:***
> Let g is a positive algebraic number greater than
> two, then the equation (x^g+y^g=z^g) doesn't have any
> solution, where (x, y and z) are three distinct
> positive coprime integers
> s-last-theorem-generalization
> Message was edited by: bassam king karzeddin

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