Fermat's Last Theorem

In Number Theory, Fermat's Last Theorem states:

No three positive integers x, y, and z can satisfy the equation

xn + yn = zn where n is greater than two.


I recently (12/27/23) ran across an interesting webpage you might like:
Fermat's Last Theorem | Johann Dirichlet.


NOVA Online | The Proof | Solving Fermat's: Andrew Wiles
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Modular Functions and Modular Forms
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