The attached question is a variation on Fermat's Last Theorem.
I would be grateful to anyone able to solve the problem.
I would be grateful to anyone able to answer and prove the answer to the following question:
If a, b, c and n are rational numbers, but they are not integers, do there always exist a, b, c and n such that for n > 2?
The proof to this problem is by no means an easy solution. I did some ...