Fermat’s last theorem for n(> 2) can be stated thus: There are non-trivial integers x, y, z satisfying the equation z = y + x, (x, y) = 1, n > 2. Rearranging and relabeling the integers, we can… Expand

Fermat proved one of his theorems that the area of a Pythagorean triangle can not be a square of an integer using his powerful mathematical tool of method of infinite descent and the most general… Expand

An interesting phenomenon relating to the nuclear optical potential was discovered [1] [2],[3]which is called the anomalous absorption of partial waves by the nuclear optical potential. It is found,… Expand