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Fractals and iterated algoritms
Transcript of Fractals and iterated algoritms
K is a constant “A population will grow (or decline) exponentially as long as the environment experienced by all individuals in the population remains constant.”
Thomas Malthus Fermat's last theorem Pierre de Fermat A lawyer
Now considered a great theorist The Conjecture I have a truly marvelous demonstration of this proposition... ...Which this margin is too narrow to contain. Proving Fermat's last theorem Not proved until 1995
Academics encouraged the research greatly There were many steps to proving this theorem from 1665 to 1995 Sophie Germain Andrew Wiles' general proof
in 1994... ...358 years after it was conjectured. Is Fermat's theorem useful? By itself no
A very important specific case : Pythagore's theorem
Influence on the study of elliptic curves So, did Fermat have the proof? Probably not. Reference in Arcadia Act 1 scene 1 Thank you!