NEWS: The Mystery of 42 is Solved - Numberphile





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Published on Sep 6, 2019

42 was the last remaining number below 100 which could not be expressed as the sum of three cubes (*) - UNTIL NOW
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(*) barring numbers for which this known to be IMPOSSIBLE - see previous videos.

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