Move Over Fermat, Now It's Time for Beal's Problem
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|Keith Devlin (Devlin's Angle)|
Beal's Problem is like Fermat's, but instead of focusing on equations with one exponent, n, there are three: m, n, and r. Thus, Beal's equation looks like this:
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