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  1. A proof of Fermat's last unproved theorem (Bibliographical tracts) by Henry Thacker Burgess, 1912
  2. The Fermat Proof by C. J. Mozzochi, 2004-02
  3. Fermat’s Last Theorem. The Story of a Riddle that Confounded the World’s Greatest Minds for 358 Years. by Pierre de, 1601-1665] SINGH, Simon. [FERMAT, 1997
  4. Number theory: An entry from Thomson Gale's <i>Gale Encyclopedia of Science, 3rd ed.</i> by Patrick Moore, 2004
  5. Fermats Enigma Resolved: An Algebraic Proof of His Last Theorem by Roger Gilmont, 2005-05-20
  6. The Last Problem (Spectrum) by E. T. Bell, 1998-08-06
  7. Diophantus of Alexandria: A study in the history of Greek algebra by Thomas Little Heath, 1964
  8. About cube numbers whose sum is a cube number by Artemas Martin, 1896
  9. Pevni naturalni zakonomirnosti: Analiz velykoi teoremy Piera Ferma : analiz zadachi "Trysektsiia kuta" by Vitalii Pereverten, 1996
  10. Discussion of the proposition: If x, y are positive integers, n a number greater than 2, and x[superscript n] + y[superscript n] = z[superscript n], then z is not integral by N. A Richardson, 1922
  11. Simple solutions to impossible problems by Robert L Carroll, 1986
  12. Elliptic fermagoric triangles by Pedro Antonio Pizá, 1945
  13. Ray optics on surfaces (TR / UTA Department of Mathematics) by Mostafa Ghandehari, 1997
  14. Powers of triangular numbers: Paper presented at the meeting of the Southeastern Section of the Mathematical Association of American, held at the University of Florida, April 7-8, 1950 by Pedro Antonio Pizá, 1950

101. BBC - Comedy - Fermat's Theorem Wallpaper
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102. Links For Napoleon Theorem And Fermat Point
There are lots of proofs for this theorem, as well as quite a few other relationships Thisone uses the fermat point to prove Napoleon without transformations.
Links for Napoleon Theorem
There are lots of proofs for this theorem, as well as quite a few other relationships in this figure that we did not explore in class. A basic description of the construction with GSP is at This link has a nice discussion of the history of Napoleon and math, but some of the proofs get pretty complicated: A link with lots of proofs Proof by Tessellation (with interactive Java): This page expresses the composition proof in class using complex numbers to write the formula for rotation. This one uses the Fermat point to prove Napoleon without transformations
Links for Fermat Point
This link defines the point and gives its basic properties This link has more background and context

103. A Flaw In The Proof Of Fermat's Theorem
PrevNextIndexThread A flaw in the proof of fermat s theorem. SubjectA flaw in the proof of fermat s theorem; From Mamede
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A flaw in the proof of Fermat's theorem
[This message is not strictly relevant to the Types Forum. But I am circulating it anyway, as a matter of general interest. Replies by e-mail to Mamede please. Mamede, could you please post a summary or pointer to your final article, for those of us that are interested? Philip Wadler, moderator, Types Forum] Please, whoever knows anything about A FLAW IN THE RECENT PROOF OF FERMAT'S LAST THEOREM: Please inform us! We need to write a report on the situation to a Brazilian magazine and we are looking for fresh news. Thanks a lot, Mamede Lima-Marques Center for Logic and Epistemology UNICAMP Campinas - Brazil

104. Pythagorean Theorem/ Science In Ancient Artwork
the extension of the Pythagorean theorem, the maya long count numbers/fractals, andtheir relationship to such questions as fermat s Last theorem, consult the

    Science in Ancient Artwork and Science Today
    The Pythagorean Theorem and The Maya Long Count
    The research on Science in Ancient Artwork has led me to consider the Pythagorean Theorem in the light of the positional level numbers/fractals of the maya long count. Various essays deal with the possible extension of the Pythagorean Theorem to the third power (to the cube) in relation to the mathematical and geometrical appearance of the maya long count fractals within progressive series of right triangles.
    It would appear that the 3-4-5 right triangle, and its multiples and variations, may have served as a basis for the ancient reckoning system of Mesoamerica. Extending the Pythagorean Theorem to the cube produces the exact series of multiples within the maya long count, something difficult to attribute to chance.
    With the extension of the Pythagorean Theorem, not only is one able to achieve a translation between right triangles on a series of progression, but this is achieved through the maya long count numbers/fractals.

105. Timeline Of Fermat's Last Theorem
Taylor) Timeline of fermat s Last theorem. when, who, what. 1900 Frey sreasoning Suppose that fermat s Last theorem is not true. Then for
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Timeline of Fermat's Last Theorem
when who what 1900 BC Babylonians A clay tablet, now in the museum of Columbia University, called Plimpton 322, contains 15 triples of numbers. They show that a square can be written as the sum of two smaller squares, e.g., 5 circa 530 Pythagoras Pythagoras was born in Samos. Later he spent 13 years in Babylon, and probably learned the Babylonian's results, now known as the Pythagorean triples. Pythagoras was also the founder of a secret society that studied among others "perfect" numbers. A perfect number is one that is the sum of its multiplicative factors. For instance, 6 is a perfect number (6 = 1 + 2 + 3). Pythagoreans also recognized that 2 is an irrational number. circa 300 BC Euclid of Alexandria Euclid is best known for his treatise Elements circa 400 BC Eudoxus Eudoxus was born in Cnidos, and became a colleague of Plato. He contributed to the theory of proportions, and invented the "method of exhaustion." This is the same method employed in integral calculus. circa 250 AD Diophantus of Alexandria Diophantus wrote Arithmetica , a collection of 130 problems giving numerical solutions, which included the Diophantine equations , equations which allow only integer solutions (e.g, ax + by = c, x

106. Explanation Of The Famous Theorem Of Pierre De Fermat Who Died In 1665, And A Su
Explanation of the famous theorem of Pierre de fermat who died in 1665, anda summary of its proof by Andrew Wiles in 1993. Resources Number_theory.

107. Interact On KeelyNet Mail List: Fermat's Theorem A Key To The Unified Field Theo
fermat s theorem a key to the unified field theory? Jerry W.Decker ( (no email) ) Thu, 02 Dec 1999 095643 0600
Fermat's Theorem a key to the unified field theory?
Jerry W. Decker ( (no email)
Thu, 02 Dec 1999 09:56:43 -0600
Hi Folks!
I received this interesting email which seems to indicate a link between
the various forces that could lead to a unified field theory (UFT) or
theory of everything (TOE). It is important because it could lead to an
understanding of how gravity and other forces relate to each other and
so shed new light on how we could achieve free energy and gravity
control. It is replete with formulas backing up the connections to the
cosmological constant of 82944.
Subject: Fermat's Last Theorem/Unification
Date: Thu, 2 Dec 1999 07:27:00 EST From: ****** To: Sir: For an alternative explanation of T.O.E. check out this webpage: J.Iuliano - (fermalink) Jerry Wayne Decker -

108. Scout Report Archives
Browse Resources. Browse Resources. fermat s theorem. (1 resource). Resources.Distributed Search for fermat Number Divisors. This distributed

109. Sex, Botany And Fermat S Theorem
Publication Date Friday Sep 22, 2000. Sex, botany and fermat s theorem. TomStoppard s heady Arcadia opens Bus Barn Stage Company s sixth season
Publication Date: Friday Sep 22, 2000
Sex, botany and Fermat's theorem
Tom Stoppard's heady "Arcadia" opens Bus Barn Stage Company's sixth season by Laura Reiley It's about sex. No, wait. It's really about the second law of thermodynamics (you know, the one that says the universe is gradually becoming more, not less, diffuse and chaotic). Oh, and it's about Lord Byron, and botany. But definitely, definitely about sex. Tom Stoppard's "Arcadia" is, like so many of his plays, a potpourri of intellectual ideas, puns, jokes, double entendres, and lots of other eyebrow-raising language shenanigans. But as Barbara Cannon, director of Bus Barn Stage Company's upcoming production of the show notes, "Arcadia" is also a whodunnit. "Stoppard never gives you the answer, but he gives you a lot of clues," Cannon said. "The play about romanticism versus rationalism, the history of landscape architecture, and so forth. But it has a stronger plot (than other Stoppard plays). It will be easier for an audience to follow." "Arcadia" opens tonight at the Bus Barn Stage Company in Los Altos.

110. The Euclidean Character Of Fermat's Last Theorem
The Euclidean Character of fermat s Last theorem. This paper is currentlyavailable only as GIF format images scanned from copies
The Euclidean Character of
Fermat's Last Theorem
This paper is currently available only as GIF format images scanned from copies provided by the author to the html preparer. A TeX-format version is in preparation. View the paper.

111. The Proof
The proof This World Wide Web (WWW) site, part of the NOVA ONLINE series of sciencerelated sites, presents the transcript of an interview with Andrew Wiles, the mathematician who solved fermat's

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