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# Math for a cake

My wife likes to decorate birthday cakes. She told me that she will make a math cake for my birthday and I should provide her a "famous math formula" to be written on the top of the cake.

I realized I can name dozens of physics related famous formulas that one could recognize (Maxwell's equations, Newtons laws, Einstein's $E=mc^2$...) but I couldn't name one that would be more "math related".

Writing some axioms wouldn't work, they take too much space. The famous theorems I know of are not really "a formula" but more like of "statements" that would need some background, or they are not visually appealing (like Fermat's last theorem). (Quests are not math-oriented thus the visual side matters.)

Any ideas what we could put on top of the cake?