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21. Fermat's Last Theorem Fermat s last theorem (also called Fermat s great theorem) is one of themost famous theorems in the history of mathematics. It states that http://www.xasa.com/wiki/en/wikipedia/f/fe/fermat_s_last_theorem.html  

22. Ceva's And Menelaus's Theorems Now is not an problem to prove many famous theorems stating that certain cevianshave common point, for example that medians (altitude, internal bisectors) are http://www.math.uci.edu/~mathcirc/math194/lectures/advanced3/node2.html  

23. Theorem  Encyclopedia Article About Theorem. Free Access, No Registration Neede Click the link for more information. for a list of famous theorems andconjectures. GÃ¶del s incompleteness theorem. preview not available. http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/theorem  

24. Theorem  Encyclopedia Article About Theorem. Free Access, No Registration Neede . Click the link for more information. for a list of famous theorems andconjectures. GÃ¶del s incompleteness theorem. preview not available. http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/Theorem  

25. Read This: Proofs From THE BOOK The section on Combinatorics includes chapters (20) Pigeonhole and double counting,(21) Three famous theorems on finite sets, (22) Cayley s formula for the http://www.maa.org/reviews/thebook.html  

26. Disproving Statements There are many famous conjectures and famous theorems that were conjectures formany years (The 4 color theorem and Fermat s Last Theorem, for example). http://www.math.csusb.edu/notes/proofs/pfnot/node3.html  

27. The Pythagorean Theorem As on the of the most famous theorems in mathematics, the Pythagorean theorem isnamed after Greek mathematician Pythagoras of Samos who lived about 500 BCE http://educ.queensu.ca/~fmc/december2003/Pythagorean.html  

28. Math 460 (Senior Seminar) Home Page and colorful characters who were mathematicians but most of all it s a wellwrittenpresentation of twelve interesting and famous theorems in mathematics. http://userpages.wittenberg.edu/bshelburne/Math460HomePage.htm  

29. The Mathematical Association  Supporting Mathematics In Education Pythagoras Theorem is one of the most famous theorems in mathematics.Although it is commonly named after Pythagoras, it was known http://www.ma.org.uk/resources/publications/books/are_you_sure_learning_about_p  

30. W. H. Freeman Publishers  Geometry Reasoning 2.1 Conditional Statements 2.2 Definitions 2.3 Direct Proof 2.4 IndirectProof 2.5 A Deductive System 2.6 Some famous theorems of Geometry Chapter 3 http://www.whfreeman.com/highschool/book.asp?disc=&id_product=2001003117&compTyp 
31. Journey Through Genius: The Great Theorems Of Mathematics Dunham investigates and explains, in easytounderstand language andsimple algebra, some of the most famous theorems of mathematics. http://www.programmingreviews.com/Journey_Through_Genius_The_Great_Theorems_of_  

32. Wilson Stothers' Cabri Pages Classical theorems. Here are some Cabri *.fig files written to illustratefamous theorems of geometry. In each case, the screen shows http://www.maths.gla.ac.uk/~wws/cabripages/classic0.html 
33. Summer 2003  Proofs From The Book Tentative order of topics for the third week. (May 2730, 2003) chap 22 Threefamous theorems on finite sets. Three famous theorems on finite sets. http://www.math.fsu.edu/~bellenot/class/su03/book/  

34. The Living Mathematics Project Pythagoras Theorem, An animated proof of one of the most famous theorems of geometry.Dudeny s dissection, Yet another animated proof of Pythagoras theorem. http://www.sunsite.ubc.ca/LivingMathematics/V001N01/UBCExamples/java.html  

35. KET  Watch  TV Schedules TVG Continues the examination of mathematical proof with a look at several geometricor algebraic proofs of one of the most famous theorems in mathematics http://www.ket.org/cgiplex/watch/?date=20040413 18:00&cd=1& 
36. E.W. Dijkstra Archive: On One Of Cayley's Theorems (EWD 677) connecting N labeled nodes. This is ascertained by one of Cayley sfamous theorems, of which this note offers a new proof. Remark. http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/EWD/transcriptions/EWD06xx/EWD677.html  

37. Oxford University Press Part II ranges widely through related topics, including mapcolouring on surfaceswith holes, the famous theorems of Kuratowski, Vizing, and Brooks, the http://www.oup.com/ca/isbn/0198510624  

38. Liverpool Pure Maths: Dynamics Group to ergodic theory. A number of famous theorems in mathematics arein fact ergodic theorems. We mention a few. Dirichlet s theorem http://www.liv.ac.uk/maths/PURE/MIN_SET/CONTENT/RESEARCH_GROUPS/dynam.html  

39. Livre Proofs From The Book  M. Aigner, G. Ziegler   Librairie Eyrolles counting; Three famous theorems on finite sets; Shuffling cards; http://www.eyrolles.com/Sciences/Livre/9783540404606/livreproofsfromthebook. 
40. Joel N. Franklin programming. The book concludes with easy, elementary proofs of thefamous theorems of Brouwer, of Kakutani, and of Schauder. These http://ecsecurehost.com/SIAM/CL37.html  

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