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Let $n \geq 3$ be a natural number and $PA$ denote Peano arithmetic. Do we have

$PA \models \forall x,y,z \geq 1 : x^n + y^n \neq z^n$?

In other words, does Fermat's Last Theorem hold also in non-standard models of the natural numbers?

If this problem is open, what is its current state of progress?

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# Does Fermat hold in non-standard models?

Let $n \geq 3$ be a natural number and $PA$ denote Peano arithmetic. Do we have

$PA \models \forall x,y,z \geq 1 : x^n + y^n \neq z^n$?

In other words, does Fermat's Last Theorem hold also in non-standard models of the natural numbers?