Fermat’s Last Theorem 2 years ago Does anyone understand this equation? A prize will go to the nearest working out. 3,98712 + 4,36512 = 4,472.000000007057617187512 Share this:TwitterFacebookGoogleTumblrPark View project - Fireside GLinkedInPinterest

Log in to Reply frobert5 2 years ago Here is a clue, the largest number you can divide by on your calculator!!!!!

Log in to Reply frobert5 2 years ago Just to add, that this is taken from a search which came up as Homer’s Last Theorem. Here is the link: http://www.slate.com/blogs/browbeat/2013/10/29/the_simpsons_and_fermat_s_last_theorem_wizard_of_evergreen_terrace_has_brilliant.html

Log in to Reply frobert5 2 years ago Well, Mart, you may well be asking this. However, I will say it was a conundrum based on a Swiss Mathematician who wanted to discover if there was a definite range in numbers. Does this make any sense?

Here is a clue, the largest number you can divide by on your calculator!!!!!

Just to add, that this is taken from a search which came up as Homer’s Last Theorem. Here is the link: http://www.slate.com/blogs/browbeat/2013/10/29/the_simpsons_and_fermat_s_last_theorem_wizard_of_evergreen_terrace_has_brilliant.html

What the Blue Blazers is this all about.

Well, Mart, you may well be asking this. However, I will say it was a conundrum based on a Swiss Mathematician who wanted to discover if there was a definite range in numbers. Does this make any sense?

Still no responses!!!!!!!