Number Theory


The Proof of the Fermat’s Conjecture in the Correct Domain

Authors: Saimir A. Lolja

The distinction between the Domain of Natural Numbers and the Domain of Line has been highlighted. This distinction provides the new perception to the Fermat’s Conjecture, where to place it and how to prove it. The reasons why the Fermat’s Conjecture remained unproven for 382 years are summarized. The Fermat’s Conjecture has been proved in the Domain of Natural Numbers. The equation an + bn = cn with positive integers a, b, c, n is not the Fermat’s Conjecture in the Domain of Line.

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[v1] 2017-10-03 13:38:15

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