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The birthday of Pierre de Fermat, the 17th century French lawyer famous for the socalled 'Fermat's Last Theorem' mathematical puzzle, is celebrated in a Google Doodle today.
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During the years when he struggled to prove Fermat's Last Theorem, the mathematician Andrew Wiles may well have felt moments of pain, but the reason would have been his frustration at bumping up against the boundary of what he knew, not the twinge of seeing beyond it.

Academic standards, the political and social symbolism of a hedge, Fermat's Last Theorem  it's all in there.

Academic standards, the political and social symbolism of a hedge, Fermat's Last Theorem  it's all in there.

A good relationship asks a lot from us but it doesn't insist that we sequence the human genome or solve Fermat's last theorem.

Although she made no further contributions to proving Fermat's Last Theorem, others were to build on her work.

Or scores of mathematicians, over centuries, glimpsing but failing to find the proof for Fermat's Last Theorem.

Although she made no further contributions to proving Fermat's Last Theorem, others were to build on her work.

He wrote the New York Times bestseller Fermat's Last Theorem, and has written a new book called The Collider.

It may not be in the same league as the Spanish gem Fermat's Room, but solid performances lift this above the level of Cube into a genuinely distracting oddity, that plays like "The Apprentice goes to Hell".
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