Most with any knowledge of Number Theory are aware that many hundreds of thousands of hours have been spent reviewing flawed "proofs" of Fermat's Last Theorem (FLT). It is understandable that a serious mathematician would not spend more than a few minutes looking at a possible "proof". Wiles' proof is magnificient, if you have a strong background in higher mathematics, which very few do. The link below is a 'possible' algebraic proof of Case 1 that, if it doesn't have a fatal flaw, may be a solution that a math undergraduate can understand. I hope you will not find it a waste of time to take a look.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

http://dutch-fltcase1.blogspot.com/

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# Fermat's Last Theorem Case 1

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