I can’t make anything out of this, except for two typos in the 14th line in the top board about a foot from the right. Otherwise the proof is correct. Here is the problem:
if”n”is a whole number that is more than 3.
The value of”x,y,z”in the equation
“x^n+y^n=z^n”will not be a whole number.
write an equation to prove it.
The man is/was a mathematician of Czech Republic, Pilsen, Westbohemian University, Department of Mathematics, RNDr. JiÅ™Ã ÄŒÃÅ¾ek, CSc. [Source here.]
Then there’s this: “[something]Ver Analysis: Relationships Built On Self Respect” followed with little train cars/lunchboxes of unintelligible words [perhaps "corp," "banks," and two other scribbles] and being pulled by an engine down below past the x’s where it derailed and the little engine spun out. I dunno, Babs.
I don’t know who the master is in the top image, but I do know whose class I’d sign up for.
[UPDATE: Some folks are trying to figger out who the guy in the top photo is. It might be RNDr. Josef Voldrich, CSc, although our crack team of webminers think it is someone older. Email us if you have a link with positive identification.]
[UPDATE 2: This is cool, and we're a little bit closer.]