Q: Where did Pierre de fermat live?

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Pierre de Fermat's mom was Claire de Long and his dad was Dominique Fermat. He also spent most of his life studying the cover of some Greek math book named Arthmetica. Just in case you were wondering.(I know you were)

Pierre de Fermat's contributed to number theory, analytic geometry, probability, and calculus. He also made contributions in the field of optics. Fermat's Last Theorem, which went unsolved for centuries, is attributed with prompting the interest in mathematics of some more recent mathematicians.

He was an Athiest up until 30. Where he became Buddhist.

He was a mathematician who contributed to the fields of calculus and algebra. His theorem an + bn = cn called, "Fermat's Last Theorem" was a challenge for the mathematical world to prove for a long time.

Pierre de fermat developed the number theory but was not found true until someone discovered and took place as the founder.

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Pierre de Fermat was born on August 17, 1601.

Pierre de Fermat was born on August 17, 1601.

No, there is no remembrance day for Pierre de Fermat, who is pretty unknown in France.

Pierre De Fermat is famous for Fermat's Last Theorem, which states that an+bn=cn will never be true as long as n>2

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Pierre de Fermat has written: 'Osservazioni su Diofanto' 'Bemerkungen zu Diophant' 'Varia opera mathematica Petri de Fermat' -- subject(s): Geometry, Early works to 1800, Number theory 'Oeuvres de Pierre Fermat' -- subject(s): Mathematics

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