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# by Amir D. Aczel

Over three hundred years ago, a French scholar scribbled a simple theorem in the margin of a book.

Over three hundred years ago, a French scholar scribbled a simple theorem in the margin of a book. It would become the world's most baffling mathematical mystery.

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Over three hundred years ago, a French scholar scribbled a simple theorem in the margin of a book

Over three hundred years ago, a French scholar scribbled a simple theorem in the margin of a book. In a volume filled with the clues, red herrings, and suspense of a mystery novel, Dr. Amir Aczel reveals the previously untold story of the people, the history, and the cultures that lie behind this scientific triumph.

Pierre de Fermat was a 17c French jurist, son of a leather merchant. Another theorem due to Fermat is the Fermat's little theorem, which says that if p is prime, then a^p mod p a. If this does not hold, p is certainly composite

Pierre de Fermat was a 17c French jurist, son of a leather merchant. Developed the main ideas of calculus, thirteen years before Newton's birth. If this does not hold, p is certainly composite. The main statistical approach to primality checking is to generate a lot of a's and then test this; if it is false for any a, then p is composite, otherwise there is a good chance it may be a prime.

For more than three centuries, Fermat's Last Theorem was the most famous unsolved problem in mathematics .

For more than three centuries, Fermat's Last Theorem was the most famous unsolved problem in mathematics; here's the story of how it was solved.

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In his spare time, however, Fermat dabbled in mathematics, and somehow managed to become one of the . For more than 300 years, mathematicians labored to crack the secret of Fermat's Last Theorem, without any success.

In his spare time, however, Fermat dabbled in mathematics, and somehow managed to become one of the great mathematical theorists of his century. Around 1637 he scribbled a marginal note in one of his books. In it, he stated that he had solved a celebrated number theory problem: "I have discovered a truly marvelous proof of this, which, however, the margin is not large enough to contain. If only the margin had been wider! For more than 300 years, mathematicians labored to crack the secret of Fermat's Last Theorem, without any success.

Doing that is against . and international laws. FERMAT’S LAST THEOREM, unlocking the secret of an ancient mathematical problem, by Amir D. Aczel, Delta Trade Papaerbacks, printed in 1996. This item is a book 5" by 7 1/4" 147 page softcover copy. This book is in good condition with some soiling and rubbing of the covers, the edges of the pages have some soiling but the pages are clean and tight, I did not see any writing on the pages. Contest includes: over three hundred years ago, a french scholar scribbled a simple theorem in the margin of a book

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