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I am just wondering where i can find a copy of Andrew Wiles' complete proof of Fermat's Last Theorem.

Thankyou

Ray

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I am just wondering where i can find a copy of Andrew Wiles' complete proof of Fermat's Last Theorem.

Thankyou

Ray

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Not sure, but probably at https://www.ams.org/

You'll need to sign up for an account though.

You'll need to sign up for an account though.

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http://www.ams.org/mathscinet-getitem?mr=96d:11071

Modular Elliptic Curves and Fermat's Last Theorem

Andrew Wiles

http://www.ams.org/mathscinet-getitem?mr=96d:11072

Ring-Theoretic Properties of Certain Hecke Algebras

Richard Taylor, Andrew Wiles

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Post #13 below has a link to Wiles's two papers. There is no need to request emailed copies from this member.

hi

i have it ( Modular elliptic curves and Fermat's last theorem). should i e-mail it to you? it's a pdf file and about 800k big.

johannes

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johannes,

can you please mail it to [email address deleted]

can you please mail it to [email address deleted]

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conjecture: anyone not knowing how to find it is going to have some difficulty understanding it.

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mathwonk said:conjecture: anyone not knowing how to find it is going to have some difficulty understanding it.

LoL! Mathwonks last theorem :)

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I have a marvellous proof of ......., agggh!

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But don't write it in the margarine:

"My butter, garcon, is writ large in!"

a diner was heard to be chargin'.

"I HAD to write there,"

exclaimed waiter Pierre,

"I couldn't find room in the margarine."

Author: Everett Howe, Hendrik Lenstra, and David Moulton

copied from:

http://www.math.uic.edu/~jeremy/poetry.html [Broken]

"My butter, garcon, is writ large in!"

a diner was heard to be chargin'.

"I HAD to write there,"

exclaimed waiter Pierre,

"I couldn't find room in the margarine."

Author: Everett Howe, Hendrik Lenstra, and David Moulton

copied from:

http://www.math.uic.edu/~jeremy/poetry.html [Broken]

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"... john paul getty is just plain folks, the UN charter is a cruel hoax, how do i know?..."

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Dear Johannes

Can you please mail me the Proof for Fermat' last theorem. I have been searching this in internet, but couldn find any.

My Id: [email address deleted]

Thanks in Advance.

Can you please mail me the Proof for Fermat' last theorem. I have been searching this in internet, but couldn find any.

My Id: [email address deleted]

Thanks in Advance.

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conjecture: anyone not knowing how to find it is going to have some difficulty understanding it.

Now I'm going to have to register just to get a .signature

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Here is a link to Wiles's two papers. There is no need to request emailed copies.

http://math.stanford.edu/~lekheng/flt/index.html

The first links are scanned versions, the alternative versions are the same papers, but smaller files.

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Thank you so much!

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johannes

can you please send me the proof of Fermat's Last theorum. my id is [email address deleted].

thanks

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if you are undergraduate or even if you are PhD (as I am) and you read those paper you can become crazy, if you do not then for sure you need a big bottle of aspirines :). By the way I read them and I am alive and not enough crazy!

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Then how can Analytical arguments ever prove anything?

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if you are undergraduate or even if you are PhD (as I am) and you read those paper you can become crazy, if you do not then for sure you need a big bottle of aspirines :). By the way I read them and I am alive and not enough crazy!

Beats checking all the cases of the four color theorem by hand.

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hi

i have it ( Modular elliptic curves and Fermat's last theorem). should i e-mail it to you? it's a pdf file and about 800k big.

johannes

Hi, Johannes - I'd be most grateful if you could email me a copy of the paper you had referred to. My email id is gs (underscore) chandy (at) yahoo (dot) com - please substitute the appropriate characters in the brackets and remove the spaces around each bracket to get my email id. Thanks and regards, gsc

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hi

i have it ( Modular elliptic curves and Fermat's last theorem). should i e-mail it to you? it's a pdf file and about 800k big.

johannes

johannes,

can you please mail it to [email address deleted]

Dear Johannes

Can you please mail me the Proof for Fermat' last theorem. I have been searching this in internet, but couldn find any.

My Id: [email address deleted]

Thanks in Advance.

johannes

can you please send me the proof of Fermat's Last theorum. my id is [email address deleted].

thanks

Hi, Johannes - I'd be most grateful if you could email me a copy of the paper you had referred to. My email id is gs (underscore) chandy (at) yahoo (dot) com - please substitute the appropriate characters in the brackets and remove the spaces around each bracket to get my email id. Thanks and regards, gsc

Would it be possible (& legal) to upload a copy.

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This thread is now closed.http://math.stanford.edu/~lekheng/flt/index.html

The first links are scanned versions, the alternative versions are the same papers, but smaller files.

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