What is Mystery Google?

Online users of Google search engine services did not wait too long wondering, “What is mystery Google?” after the software giant released an equation greeting on its front page a few visitors were acquainted with. Actually, what is this mystery Google? French mathematician Pierre de Fermat 410th birthday anniversary was celebrated on Wednesday and Google decided to include it in their series of doodles.

What is Google Mystery

Fermat’s Last Theorem is behind the question “What is mystery Google?” many users asked on Wednesday. In fact, this theorem has puzzled the minds of generations of mathematicians who tried to find a proof of what Fermat called an easy to prove mathematical equation. The Fermat’s Last Theorem states that x^n + y^n = z^n, where z,y, and z are positive integers, while the value of n is any integer greater than two.

It took 350 years before Andrew Wiles find a proof of the theorem in 1995 and showed there is a proof at all. Fermat wrote about this theorem that he has discovered a truly marvelous proof of this, which this margin (of a book where he wrote it) is too narrow to contain.

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