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Eldad Eshel
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You guys spill out alot of contradictions. Some of you say it always works some of you say it never works, and then all sorts of bs in between. It never works for n>=3. Wiles "proof" is some big bs I assure you.

Wile's proof agrees with you that there are no solutions to [math]x^n+y^n=z^n, n>=3[/math]. Edited by Acme
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You guys spill out alot of contradictions. Some of you say it always works some of you say it never works, and then all sorts of bs in between. It never works for n>=3. Wiles "proof" is some big bs I assure you.

You seem to think that saying "it never works for n is 3 or more" is somehow a contradiction of "it sometimes works for n =2".

Try reading more carefully.

Also, you keep saying "Wiles "proof" is some big bs I assure you."

Can you explain his proof and what you think are the problems with it?

Nobody is going to take you seriously unless you can show that you understand the subject, and so far you are a long way from doing that.

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