Authors: Oleg Cherepanov
The discovered algorithm for extracting prime numbers from the natural series is alternative to both the Eratosthenes lattice and Sundaram and Atkin's sentences. The distribution of prime numbers does not have a formula, but if the number is one less than the prime number is an exponent of the integers, then there are no two scalar scalars whose sum is equal to the third integer in the same degree. This is the sound of P. Fermat's Great Theorem, the proof of which he could begin by using the Minor theorem known to him. The first part of the proof is here restored. But how did P. Fermat finish it?
Comments: 6 Pages. http://www.trinitas.ru/rus/doc/0016/001d/2254-chr.pdf
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