I’ve previously written about Fermat’s Little Theorem, but today it’s time for his (perhaps more famous) Last Theorem. Today’s blog post comes in audio form, with help from Melvyn Bragg, Marcus du Sautoy and Samir Siksek.
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You did great!
I probably have completely the wrong end of the stick but, don’t you add a ‘dimention’ by cubing the sides of the right angled triangle so there would the be another ‘varible’ to add, in order to produce the size of the hypotenuse?
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