Fermat's Last Theorem: Unlocking the Secret of an Ancient Mathematical Problem

17th-century mathematician, Pierre de Fermat claimed to have solved an old puzzle: that the square of a whole number can be split into 2 other squares of whole numbers - 5 squared equals 4 squared plus 3 squared - but this couldn't be done with cubes. Why not? Fermat's solution was lost, and only recently has a British mathematician been able to solve the puzzle. Amir Aczel tells the fascinating story of this scientific mystery.

GroupSELF HELP & HEALTH
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Self help, Reference

Language

English

Author

Amir D. Azcel

Age Group

10+

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