FERMAT’S Last Theorem Can Only be Rigorously Proved by First Proving a Similar Theorem for All Positive Rational Fractions

@inproceedings{Allen2016FERMATSLT,
  title={FERMAT’S Last Theorem Can Only be Rigorously Proved by First Proving a Similar Theorem for All Positive Rational Fractions},
  author={Allen D. Allen},
  year={2016}
}
The only way to prove Fermat’s Last Theorem with logical rigor is to first prove Fermat’s Extended Last Theorem (FELT): If n is an integer greater than 2, then there cannot exist positive rational fractions r, s, and t, neither integral nor non-integral, such that r^n + s^n = t^n. 

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