Monday, April 28, 2014

Deadline for Contest Submission is Midnight Tonight!!

Time's running out on the MathNotations Contest. I'm guessing one of 3 possibilities"

1) There's an error in the statement and you think I'm asking you to reprove Fermat's Last Theorem!
2) It's too easy to be bothered!
3) It's harder than I thought??

Remember I corrected it to positive integer values for n greater than 2.  Just a start here...

The first step is to show that c^3>a^3+b^3 and that may be a little sticky but I know many can do it

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