From: "Freeman Craig Presson" <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date sent: Fri, 13 Aug 1999 08:44:51 -0500 Subject: Re: FWD: [Physics] Fisher information Send reply to: email@example.com
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If you really wanna wow, link Fisher information limits not just to Heisenberg, but also to Godel and Galois (and work Goldbach's Conjecture in, just for fun).
BTW, there is a much easier conversion solution to Fermat's Theorem; it's just not worth my time and effort to pursue. The basic idea, and the only one which it makes sense to conceive of Fermat planning to lay out on a page margin, is the conversion from a*x + b*x = c*x to (a-b)*x + an expanding quadratic equation in twerms of a and b = (a+b)*x. This reduces the variables fron three to two, and the numerical coefficients are easily extracted from Pascal's triangle. I leave the details up to you.