Tesla2:

1. Regarding your Fermat's Last Theorem page - back in post #8 I asked you to explain what the plot of the lower line is, and you still have not answered that. As I said before, it appears that the upper line is a plot of

versus t, and the lower line is

versus g. Specifically:

**please label the horizontal axis on your graph**.

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2. Regarding Beal's Conjecture: all you have shown is that under your condition 1 (d=e and g=t=n, so that z=y and A=B=C) there is no solution to A^x +A^y = A^y for positive values of A. This is obvious. Under condition 2 (d>e and t>g>n, hence y>z and B> C >A) you show that if

then there is no solution for the equation

. Again - this is obvious. It does not prove Beal's Conjecture.