# Validation of preposition Calculator

## Validates the proposition for all positive integer n≧4 which is inspired by Fermat Last Theorem. | |||

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1) Set the number of calculation digits to about “n+1” times the number of digit of final value "a”. 2) When the calculation range is too wide, the calculation stops due to time over. In this proposition, n = 2 and 3 exist. n=2, 3 ^{2}+4^{2}=5^{2}, 20^{2}+21^{2}=29^{2}, ... n=3, 3 ^{3}+4^{3}+5^{3}=6^{3}--- Fermat's Last Theorem ---------------- No three positive integers X, Y, and Z can satisfy the equation X ^{n}+Y^{n}=Z^{n} integer n>2 |

Validation of preposition

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