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Is this a consequence of Fermat's Last Theorem new?

Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by questfortruth, Jan 12, 2020.

  1. questfortruth

    questfortruth Well-Known Member

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    I have not proven by myself the Fermat's Last Theorem, but have taken the Prof. Wiles proof, that a^n+b^n=c^n, n>2, has no solution in positive integers a,b, and c, I have derived several true consequences, as an example:
    that expression x^9+y^6=z^3 can not have a solution in positive integers x,y, and z. As an example, it is wrong to write 10^9+13^6=7^3. Can this be accepted at a reputable journal in your opinion?
     
  2. Ouroboros

    Ouroboros Coincidentia oppositorum
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    Well, the theorem is about n>2, which means the exponents can't be 9, 6, and 3. They have to be all the same. The theorem isn't about any polynomial equation. Right?
     
  3. Hubert Farnsworth

    Hubert Farnsworth Well-Known Member

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    Sorry, but what you "derived" is completely trivial and obvious.
     
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