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def check_fermat(a, b, c, n): # check if n is greater than 2 if n > 2: # calculate the left and right sides of the equation left = a ** n + b ** n right = c ** n # check if the equation holds if left == right: # print that Fermat was wrong print('Holy smokes, Fermat was wrong!') else: # print that the equation does not hold print('No, that doesn’t work.') else: # print that n must be greater than 2 print('n must be greater than 2.') # call the function to check Fermat's theorem for several values check_fermat(1, 2, 3, 3) check_fermat(1, 2, 3, 4) check_fermat(1, 2, 9, 3)

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