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# Details including whole numbers   a,  b,  c

S =2*p             p =2*q

Basic premise

Long unit C         c =1

C > b > a         (a + b) > c

We have to prove that S (in  a^s + b^s = c^s) isn’t bigger than 2.

Proof:              a =/= b*                                                                       .1

A^2 + b^2 = 2*(b)^2 =c^2

2^.2*b =c

Continuation                                                                                       .2

According in “Co sinus’s  Theory”

When© has a right angle we get

A^2 + b^2 = c^2

`           and the   opposite

When  a^2 + b^2 =c^2

Then C is a right angle.

3.

According to Sinus Theory

A/Sin(A) = b/Sin(B) =c/Sin(C)

When C is a right angle and c=1

We get

A = Sin(A),   b =Sin(B),  c = Sin(C).

.4

X^s=(X^p)^2

Y^s =(Y^p)^2

According to the trigonometry theory

When a triangle has a right angle

Sin^2(A)+Sin^2(B) = 1

A^2+b^2 =1

(a^p)^2  +  (b^p)^2   =1

(a^(2*q))^2 + (b^(2*q))^2 = 1

We get:

s = 2,  p =1,  q = 0.5,  or:

An equal on one side  a^2,  b^2,  c^2.

And the ather side (a^p)^2,  (b^p)^2,  (c^p)^2.

Of the same  function

Is a contradiction between the  two sides.

Have  been  proved.

Matus Caspi

Yagur  30065

Israel

e.m.matuscaspi@gmail.com