
#1
Jun304, 10:30 PM

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take a look at the University of Michigan Historical MATH cOLLECTION
Autor Michael Angelo McGinnis Title Proof of Fermat's theorem is right this proof or not?? 



#2
Jun304, 11:52 PM

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Do you have a link, or are we required to hunt this down on our own?




#3
Jun304, 11:57 PM

P: 36

try this link
http://mathbooks.library.cornell.edu...ATH/2.0/Search and search the refernce above jp 



#4
Jun404, 02:13 AM

P: 1,782

Ancient Fermat's proof?
Thanks, but nothing came up. I just copy and pasted the author and title info. Are sure there are no typos in that info?
EDi: Nvm, the author is listed by M.A. instead of Michael Angelo, that was the problem. Anyway, now to read it and and see if i can actually answer your question. 



#5
Jun404, 03:03 PM

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PF Gold
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It's probably the proof of Fermat's little theorum or Fermat's 4n plus one theorum,not his last theorum.




#6
Jun504, 02:55 PM

P: 36

i think he's talking about last theorem because he mentions the Wolfskehl prize
in the preface jp 



#7
Jun704, 07:03 AM

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HW Helper
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For those who did not find it in the search (you just had to put the title in) I think this is the one that is meant:
http://www.hti.umich.edu/cgi/b/broke...Z4168.0001.001 



#8
Jun704, 09:10 AM

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PF Gold
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Actually, they've got the first few pages in the archive and he is referring to Fermat's Last Theorum.



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