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How many Prime from Nontrivial factor of Fermat's Last Theorem?This is part of my paper, hope nobody ever thought of it yet. Where P(x,y) is the nontrivial factor of Fermat's Last Theorem and could be prime. Example, P(x,y)=331 when x=1, y=2 Another Example, So far I haven't found any prime yet but there are plenty of primes of the form as below within the calculation. Or in the generalize form: Example, Ps=146677501881935178590642884931590473174737559368161423241221 when x=18 and y=19 Last edited by Stangerzv (20120827 16:22:27) 