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Mathematics and Statistics
Daniel K. Nakano
Around 1637, Pierre de Fermat made a now-famous mathematical conjecture. However, Fermat's conjecture neither began nor ended with him. Fermat's last theorem, as the conjecture is called, has roots approximately 3600 years old. The proof of the theorem was not realized until 1994, over 350 years after it was proposed by Fermat.
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