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HAMZAHS SECOND EQUATION

WE KNOW THAT
(a1)^2+(a2)^2=(a3)^2------------------------------A
Holds where a1, a2 & a3 are Natural Numbers and are relatively prime.[One may
generalize from Natural Numbers to Integers. But for sake of simplicity one may
work on Natural Numbers].
We know that
(b1)^3+(b2)^3+(b3)=(b4)^3-------------------------B
An example of this is as follow:=

(3)^3 +(4)^3 +(5)^3 = (6)^3.


One may generalize the EQUATION B as follow:

( 1)^n+( 2)^n+.+( n)^n = (

^)n---------------------------------C

Where there are n terms in Left Hand Side.


With the weak condition that there is no common factor in the Left Hand Side.

Ci , 1in, where n is either an INTEGER or a Natural Number

Is either a Natural Number or an Integer Where new letter is known as follow


Baa=

Can some one prove or disprove


Hamzahs second Equation ALL n>3, n
belongs to Natural Number .
Where new ,letters are known as follow:=

Baa=
Jim=