As ridiculous as it may sound, it seems i might have indeed found an elementary proof of Fermat’s Last Theorem. But i’m not a well-known person in the mathematical community, and i come from a country where there is not even a single number theory professor to discuss my work with.

I tried submitting the paper to arXiv, but i’m not yet an endorsed author, and it is very difficult to find endorsement, especially if you don’t have a lot of “contacts” like me.
On the other hand, i’ve learnt from researching on the web that one should never submit to places like viXra.

So i’m kindly requesting if there is anyone here who could assist me in getting my work published ? I’m willing to send this person my paper so that they can also review my argument on their own.

Someone might ask the following question, “Why wouldn’t our purported elementary proof, which is inductive in nature, work for FLT for finite fields ?”
The following would be our response:

Since the Fermat equation $a^{n}+b^{n}=c^{n}$ does indeed has non-zero integer solution $(a,b,c)$ in the finite field $mathbb{F}_n$ for every integer $ngeq 3$, it follows that our “inductive” argument wouldn’t have a
base case. That is, we wouldn’t have an n>2 upon which our induction” could be based.

I could have posted the proof here if it was allowed.

Your assistance would surely be invaluable.

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