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Near Fermat Formulation (
Posted on 20150511
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Prove that the equation:
A
^{N}
+ B
^{N}
= C
^{N1}
has an infinity of
positive integer solutions
for every integer value of N ≥ 2
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Submitted by
K Sengupta
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re: solution
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solution
by Daniel)
That's a good start.
But it only proves the case of A = B = 2^(n2) and C=2^(n2).
Can you extend it to what the problem requests, namely, an infinity of integer solutions, A, B, and C?
Posted by
JayDeeKay
on 20150511 17:51:48
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