Fermat’s Last Theorem Proved by Induction (and Accompanied by a Philosophical Comment)


A proof of Fermat’s last theorem is demonstrated. It is very brief, simple, elementary, and absolutely arithmetical. The necessary premises for the proof are only: the three definitive properties of the relation of equality (identity, symmetry, and transitivity), modus tollens, axiom of induction, the proof of Fermat’s last theorem in the case of

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Vasil Penchev
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