- Honorary Members. // Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society;Dec2002, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p753
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- Thousand-page proof vindicates Fermat. Stewart, Ian // New Scientist;7/3/93, Vol. 139 Issue 1880, p14
Reports on Andrew Wiles' 1,000-page proof of Fermat's last theorem. Short profile on Pierre de Fermat; Number theory; Loss of Fermat's `remarkable proof'; British mathematician Leo Mordell; Comments on Wiles' proof.
- New answer for an old question. Begley, Sharon; Ramo, Joshua Cooper // Newsweek;7/5/1993, Vol. 122 Issue 1, p52
Reports that Andrew Wiles of Princeton University claims to have proved Fermat's Last, an assertion about numbers that has intrigued mathematicians since Roman times. French mathematician Pierre de Fermat; Comment by Princeton math-department chairman Simon Kochen; How Wiles approached Fermat's...
- Andrew Wiles. // People;12/27/93 Special Issue, Vol. 40 Issue 26, p104
Profiles Princeton professor Andrew Wiles. Wiles' solution to prove Fermat's last theorem; Comments on his achievement.
- One, Two, Many: Individuality and Collectivity in Mathematics. Nathanson, Melvyn // Mathematical Intelligencer;Mar2011, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p5
In this article, the author discusses the concept of individuality and collaboration in mathematics. The author reflects on the achievement of Andrew Wiles, a world known mathematicians, in which Wiles solved the problem of Fermat's last theorem without collaborating with other mathematicians....
- Sure, Pierre. Sure you knew. Folger, Tim // Discover;Jan1994, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p61
Reports on mathematician Andrew Wiles' proving of Pierre Fermat's theorem. Description of Fermat's theorem; Correlation of Fermat's theorem to Taniyama's conjecture; Summary of Wiles' solution; Comments on the solution by mathematician Kenneth Ribet.
- Fermat's theorem proves elusive to the last. Dickson, David // Nature;12/9/1993, Vol. 366 Issue 6455, p501
Features the proof of Fermat's last theorem as proposed by Andrew Wiles of Princeton University. Presentation of solution at the Newton Institution at Cambridge University in England; Incompleteness of solution.
- And you thought the crossword was hard. // U.S. News & World Report;11/7/94, Vol. 117 Issue 18, p14
Discusses how Princeton's Andrew Wiles spent seven years trying to prove Fermat's Last Theorem, which was penned in 1637 by France's Pierre de Fermat. Announcement in 1993 that he had solved math's most famous puzzle; Subsequent problem with the proof admitted by Wiles; New solution announced...
- A puzzle solved. // U.S. News & World Report;12/26/94, Vol. 117 Issue 25, p104
Comments that in 1993, mathematician Andrew Wiles reported that he had solved a 350-year-old mathematical riddle called Fermat's Last Theorem. How, soon after, he was forced to admit that there was a mistake in his 200-page proof; Announcement in October 1994 by Wiles that he had corrected the...