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One day in 1637, Pierre de Fermat made a curious note in his copy of Diophantus's Arithmetic: "The equation xn+ yn = zn, where x, y, and z are positive integers, has no solution if n is greater than 2... I have discovered a most remarkable proof, but this margin is too narrow to contain it."
It took mankind over 350 years to prove Fermat’s last theorem.
Bayesian analysis coupled with Fermat’s work on probability theory assists us in statistical learning techniques.