# Just think over it

**Number Theory**Level 3

It is given to you that,

\(x^3+y^3+z^3=w^3\)

where \(x, y, z, w\) are natural numbers. Find the minimum value of \(x, y, z, w\) which satisfy above equation, and write your solution as \(x+y+z+w\)

It is given to you that,

\(x^3+y^3+z^3=w^3\)

where \(x, y, z, w\) are natural numbers. Find the minimum value of \(x, y, z, w\) which satisfy above equation, and write your solution as \(x+y+z+w\)

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