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Given that Fermat's theorem is a special case of the Diophantine equations and that Fermat's theorem can still be neither proved nor disproved, I doubt that there is a general and simple way to solve FD

**0**[+++++]Given that Fermat's theorem is a special case of the Diophantine equations and that Fermat's theorem can still be neither proved nor disproved, I doubt that there is a general and simple way to solve FD