# Talk:Fermat's Last Theorem

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Revision as of 13:07, April 30, 2010 by 96.243.243.157 (talk)

C'mon, if one knows what Fermat's Last Theorem is, this article is quite amusing. But, I don't think there's really anything more to add about it, so I think it should be shunted off to Undictionary instead.

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I've changed it, you can revert if you want.

The Last Theorem was postulated by Pierre de Fermat, a famous lawyer and mathematician. Fermat's Last Theorem states that:

it is impossible to separate any power higher than the second into two like powers

or, even more obscurely:

if an integer is greater than 2, then the equation has no solutions in non-zero integers , , and .

I think that the first line is much more obscure than the second - the second gives the problem in a very clear and easy to understand way...

The previous commentator is clearly confusing Uncyclopedia with a place where things are meant to be logical and correct. 96.243.243.157 13:07, April 30, 2010 (UTC)