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May 20th, 2019, 01:36 PM   #31
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I figured out how to represent this in terms of the proof. This is to help you understand better.

So here's the counter equation.
28^10 + 31 ^10 > 31.24 ^10 ( where 31 is Y +1).
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May 20th, 2019, 09:16 PM   #32
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Here is a video I made of a proof of FLT.

I have trouble with notation, so I made a YouTube video with handwritten equations and diagrams.



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Hello,

An idea:

Par exemple , if $\displaystyle z^n=x^n+y^n$ with $\displaystyle z>y>x>0$, that it is very easy to prove that there are the relations $\displaystyle z^{n-k}<x^{n-k}+y^{n-k}$ where $\displaystyle k\in \mathbb N$* with $\displaystyle 1\leq k\leq n-1$ and so $\displaystyle x,y,z$ are the sides of a triangle having all angles smaller than a right angle.

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@michaelcweir
if x^n + y^n = z^n then x^n + (y+1)^n is greater than z^n not z^n + x^n unless we assume that z < y+1
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X^n + (y+1)^n IS GREATER THAN X^n +Y^n. 2 is always bigger than 1, according to elementary math. The only assumption is that there are rules for mathematics.

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yes x^n + (y+1)^n > z^n but this can't prove y+1 > z at all
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Just saying that doesn't make it so. Where's the proof of whet you say?

I provided proof how that statement affects the case for n = 2. I provided an example that Maschke used. (By the way, he has been silent of late.)

3^2 + 4^2 = 5^2. BUT 3^3 + 4^3 = 4.1^3 approximately, not 5^3. So there is agreement between calculation and example.

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I provided an example that Maschke used. (By the way, he has been silent of late.)
FLT is not generally an interest of mine. I didn't understand your latest diagram at all but others did so I must be just losing steam altogether on this subject.

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Hey ya'll, you let Mister Weir lose his time the way he wants to, hear?!
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