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The radius of the circle represented by x^{2 }+ y^{2} + 12x + 22y + 132 = 0
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Fermat’s Last Theorem states that xn + yn = zn has no integral solutions for n>2. After his notable theorem became public, the theorem was first proven for n=4 i.e. it was proven that x4 + y4 = z4 has no integral solutions. After this proof, what should be the other values of n for which it should be proven so that the Fermat’s Last Theorem is proven for all values of n > 2?
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