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Re: The most difficult proof
I believe you mean contradict? This was suggested by mathsyperson, and is pretty much correct, so long as it is 10^1.000.000. "In the real world, this would be a problem. But in mathematics, we can just define a place where this problem doesn't exist. So we'll go ahead and do that now..." #27 20100417 04:15:19
Re: The most difficult proofOK so i agree with the poster here on the fact that theorem is completely plausible... for the people remarking on the multiplying of pi by 10^(1000001) this is a counter proof for the corollaries and not the original theorem. #28 20120207 21:01:16
Re: The most difficult proofPossible? Indeed. Practical to find it anytime soon? Near impossible. Last edited by Alex23 (20120207 21:06:23) #29 20120521 17:02:23
Re: The most difficult proofLucas, 