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To everybody out there using brilliant, may I ask you to suggest to me what to study for Math?

I am just a beginner in Higher-order Math.

Could you recommend ...

Scipione del Ferro solved the "Depressed Cubic" equations.

Tartaglia claimed he solved it(But it is just a copyright infringement)

Having a bet with Antonio Fior in solving this type ...

Cardano of Milan and Ferrari(His Student) solved the cubic and quartic equation.

View Cardano's Method

I find it way easier(other than using the cubic formula) to just ...

\(gcd(k,p)=1\)

The formula states:

\({ k }^{ p\quad }\equiv \quad k-p\quad (mod\quad p)\)

\(k>p\)

For example:

Using \(2\) as \(p\),

And knowing that \(k=3\)

...

This hypothesis (or theory)

There are no solutions for the following equation,

\({ n }^{ p }={ m }^{ p }-1\)

OR

\({ n }^{ p }={ m }^{ p }-2\)

Where \(p\) is a prime number,

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