There is a famous theorem called Godel's Theorem which says that there is no hardest math problem. Specifically, it says that given any computer program C which solves math problems
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http://www.dict.cc/. It's debatable, but I would consider it Fermat's Last Theorem. Essentially, it said that the expression a. x. b. x. = c. x. is false for any value of x greater
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A line splits a triangle into two new figures with equal perimeters and areas. Prove that the
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There are 2: The Riemann's Hypothesis has never been solved. Fermat's Theorem was solved only once, about 350 years after it was discovered.
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