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Also I am sure people know just as 3^2+4^2= 5^2, we have 3^3+4^3+5^3 = 6^3. Well it is sort of interesting that 4^5 + 5^5 +6^5 +7^5 +11^5 = 12^5.

**Euler Conjeture: It takes n nth powers to make an nth power.**This was largely accepted until it was shown--by virtue of a zero for the fifth left term, I have been told, that 27^5 + 84^5 +110^5 + 133^5 = 144^5. A larger case discovered in 1967 as well is: 85282^5 + 28969^5 +3183^5 + 55^5 = 85359^5. (It is interesting to note that 85359^5 = 4.53..x10^24, large enough to suite me.)Also I am sure people know just as 3^2+4^2= 5^2, we have 3^3+4^3+5^3 = 6^3. Well it is sort of interesting that 4^5 + 5^5 +6^5 +7^5 +11^5 = 12^5.

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