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Jaques

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What if i told you i had a valid proof of fermats theorem?

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06 Sep 2004, 17:21

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06 Sep 2004, 18:35
Jaques

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Im afraid ppl will steal it tho
06 Sep 2004, 20:45

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06 Sep 2004, 20:54
JohnFound

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AFAIK, there is already one valid proof, by some Japan mathematician(s).
06 Sep 2004, 21:00
Jaques

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Jaques
But does theirs also produce perfect a^2 + b^2 = c^2 ratios if set to
06 Sep 2004, 22:42
roticv

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roticv
Actually Fermat's Last Theroem was proven by a British mathematican named Andrew Wiles a years back. However I would like to see your proof.
07 Sep 2004, 01:55
Jaques

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Jaques
i dont want to write all of it... also if i modify it to have a set of k like vars i could prove beals conjecture(and quite possbly have.. still have to formalize that it was what i was going for and the prizes are out on it still)
k <- c-b
c^n = (b+k)^n
a^n = (b+k)^n - b^n
so they get rid of the balancing factor in the polynomial basically you get an irratiomal #
so then since the powers are greater than 2 of b and the factors multiplying on it are at least 1 power behind so it does not root evenly down to b and the problem gains irrational factors which connot be gotten rid other than by making negatives or making a,b or k(thus c) irrational

it takes a page to write our in full

PERFECT TRIANGLE RATIOS
(a^2-k^2)/(2k) = b
07 Sep 2004, 03:19
laserlight

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Quote:
it takes a page to write our in full

Well, that's more likely to fit in the margin of a page if written in really small handwriting, unlike Wile's proof of FLT, which would need microdot to achieve the same effect.
07 Sep 2004, 16:50
Jaques

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Jaques
i literally didnt know about femats last theorem when i discovered this...
its really all about layers repersented by k set over the basic b to the nth thus creating a nice effect for getting ratios for triangles and shapes beyond. the k layer is applable to this feild of mathmatics... seeing as im still in Algebra class im not very seasoned in higher level mathmatics
07 Sep 2004, 23:46
MCD

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Anyway, don't forget how you did it, since this is what Fermat did and what caused so many pain for mathematics for about 330 years!
14 Oct 2004, 21:15
Jaques

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Jaques
ill have to
14 Oct 2004, 23:04
drh3xx

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drh3xx

Nice to know that academics consider knowlege to be a right and not just for the privileged few who don't mind shelling out \$20+ everytime they want to learn about something new.

Capitalism sucks ass! How many Einstein's or Newton's do you think have not helped further our knowledge of the universe because they couldn't afford access to the information they needed to make that one great discovery they had in them. Sure Communism isn't the way to go either but there has to be another way. Capitalism is based on unsustainable growth. Anyone with half a brain must be able to see that but they all seem to think 'well if we can just keep it ticking over for my lifetime then I'll get ? out of it. Let the next generation worry about the consequences'. Ever considered this might be the generation that has to deal with those consequences that have been building up since the dawn of capitalism?
15 Oct 2004, 14:25
drh3xx

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drh3xx
I just found some free info
15 Oct 2004, 14:38

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calm down
15 Oct 2004, 16:14
drh3xx

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drh3xx
It is just really frustrating comrade for people to be so blind.
How many times have you been told "money makes the world go around."?
It quite clearly doesn't. It infact hinders progress.

That's all I'll say on here.
I'll setup a website to voice my opinion when I create enough content.
Should be interesting to confirm just how unfree I am in this 'free world'.
The student who setup www.preparingforemergencies.co.uk (a mockery of www.preparingforemergencies.gov.uk) was actually requested by the government to shut it down. How's that for freedom of speech/thought? It's still up at the moment but I don't know if the government are still trying to shut it down.

Kindest regards to everyone in Russian.
15 Oct 2004, 16:41
gorshing

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gorshing
drh3xx wrote:

Although I searched for fermat and you searched for femat

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15 Oct 2004, 21:20
drh3xx

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drh3xx
Try the search: 'femats theorem' as I initially did.

It turns up a few more results than when I first ran the query
but the top dog is one of the three it returned last time.

It was the fault of my terrible english and the missing 'r'
15 Oct 2004, 23:46
Jaques

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Jaques
Well its quite odd that you with simular political veiws stumbled upon my beautifus thoerem
16 Oct 2004, 02:48
vbVeryBeginner

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a^2 + b^2 = c^2

em, could anyone let me know why they wanna prove this is true?
16 Oct 2004, 06:11
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