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        On 1637 the French mathematician Pierre de Fermat conjectured that Diophanting equation has no solution in nonzero integers, when the exponent n (natural number) is grater or equal than 3.


        Six months before his graduation from Northeastern University (September 2002), he discovered a new mathematical formula on the evaluation of determinants of square matrices. He also proved the Fermat’s Last Theorem for the case of the even exponents.