# The Simplest Proof of Fermat’s Last Theorem.

@inproceedings{Piyadasa2016TheSP, title={The Simplest Proof of Fermat’s Last Theorem.}, author={R. Piyadasa and G.V.R.K. Vithanage}, year={2016} }

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 assume without loss of generality that z, y. x > 0 .From the above equation, we obtain g = h + 1 where g = z x h = y x , g, h > 0. From this rational number equation, we obtain the following nature of d and the equations satisfied by d. (g − h)[g + gh + ⋯ ... ... . . +gh + h] = g − h = 1, and if g − h… Expand