Vasil Penchev
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
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
Keywords Fermat's last theorem,  Wiles's proof  modularity theorem,  induction
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