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Euler on trial (Posted on 2015-05-14) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Euler proposed that the equation a4+b4+c4 =d4 had no solutions in integers (excluding the trivial 0,0,0 of course).

Nowadays, is it true or not?

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Some Thoughts re(2): Using the Internet (spoiler) Comment 4 of 4 |
(In reply to re: Using the Internet (spoiler) by Steve Herman)

a. As far as I know this is the lowest triplet for (a, b, c)

b.   My " had no solutions in integers (excluding the trivial 0,0,0 of course)"

Should be "had no solutions in positive integers" so that the disclaimer with zero values would be avoided.


  Posted by Ady TZIDON on 2015-05-14 13:22:25
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