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#26 2019-11-21 11:51:20

Stangerzv
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Re: New Math Formula: Sums of Power for Arithmetic Series

New Formulation for alternating sums of power

Let the p-th power of an alternating arithmetic series as follows

The General Equations are given as follows:

For odd power:

For even power:

Where

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#27 2020-01-17 12:36:40

Stangerzv
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Re: New Math Formula: Sums of Power for Arithmetic Series

An approach to proof Fermat's Last Theorem.

Consider when n=3, and i=3, yields:



Let

and

then;

let

Then

this equation is solvable.

Now let n=2



Let

and

then

There is no whole number solution according to Euler.

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