Google doodle commemorates 410th birth anniversary of mathematician Pierre de Fermat
Search Engine giant Google, has this time commemorated the 410th birth anniversary of the French Mathematician Pierre de Fermat. Google has designed a special doodle for the birth anniversary of the mathematician.
The theorem states that no three positive integers x, y and z can satisfy the equation, Xn +Yn = Zn. The n integer here is greater than two. This was considered as Fermat’s last theorem and also as his great theorem.
There could not have been a better theorem to commemorate the great mathematician. The doodle of the search engine is made on a black board, where the logo of Google is written in faded letters and the theorem is written with a chalk.
A caption too is added to the logo, when the cursor is pointed on it which says, ‘I have discovered a truly marvelous proof of this theorem, which this doodle is too small to contain.’ Google is always known to bring out the best doodles in the past few years on different occasions. Since the year 1998, the search engine has created more than 900 doodles.
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