How Fermat's Last Theorem was proven? in layman's term?
December 16, 2006 2:57pm CST
i found out it was a 600-page mathematical proof had been written just to solve it. xn+ yn= zn,where n is a whole number
25 Dec 06
Any number having any power (1) can be expressed as difference of two perfect coprime squares. From this prove that for the equation x^(m) = a^(n)-b^(n) it is impossible to have a coprime solution for x,a & b when m=/=n & m2 & n2. this is more generalised form of fermats last theorem.