What is the hardest math problem?

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Mathematics can be very complicated. There is one math problem that took over 300 years to solve. It was called Femat's Theorem. Since it has been solved, there has been a lot of debate over what the newest, most difficult equation is.
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One of the hardest math equations is e ^ (pi)i) + 1 = 0. Can't text? Call
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E = mc. 2.
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In terms of importance it has to be Riemann Hypothesis. One consequence that is close to what i do would be that the Miller Primality Test would become the fastest deterministic primality
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The hardest Algebra equation so far is the 28x^4y^7z^3 over 42x^3y^8z^5. Ask us anything!
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