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**melumj** Its actually 2 classes tied together. One deals with Elliptic and Modular Functions related to the proof. My teacher provided his personal materials and materials from Ribenboim, Wiles, Cox, and Wiles. I simply need to prepare a notebook regarding my thoughts on these areas of the problem.

1. Geometric considerations

2. A specific geometric model using the variables x, y, and z derived the equation x^p + y^p = z^p

3. The Frey Curve

4. 2x2 matrix group

5.Modular sub-group from the 2x2 group

6. Taniyama-Shimura conjecture

7. Galois representations

8. Hecke Algebras

9. The genus of a curve

I just need to simply talk about these aspects and how they tie into fermats last theorem. Thats one notebook. The other is similar.

I would love to find someone that could help point these aspects out or provide information on what to look for exactly.

Thanks,

Josh