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Problem
(S)olved or (N)ot?
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Squaring the Circle
Proven impossible in 1882 when Ferdinand von Lindemann proved pi was transcendental.
Continuum Hypothesis
Proven to be unprovable in 1940 by Gödel.
'The Bridges of Konigsberg' Problem
Proven to be impossible by Leonard Euler in 1735.
Honeycomb Conjecture
Verified by Thomas Hale in 1999.
Rationality of 'π + e'
Has yet to be proven.
Existence of Odd Perfect Numbers
Has yet to be proven.
Fermat's Last Theorem
Verified by Andrew Wiles in 1993.
Poincaré Conjecture
Proven to be true by Grigori Perelman in 2002.
Legendre's Conjecture
Has yet to be proven.
Trisecting an Angle (via compass and straightedge)
Proven to be impossible in 1837 by Pierre Wantzel.
Riemann Hypothesis
Has yet to be proven.
P versus NP
Has yet to be proven.
Four Color Theorem
Initially verified by Kenneth Appel and Wolfgang Haken in 1978.
Goldbach's Conjecture
Has yet to be proven.
Infinite Twin Primes Problem
Has yet to be proven.
Collatz Conjecture
Has yet to be proven.
Continuum Hypothesis
Has yet to be proven.
P versus NP
Has yet to be proven.
Riemann Hypothesis
Has yet to be proven.
Fermat's Last Theorem
Has yet to be proven.
Four Color Theorem
Has yet to be proven.
Goldbach's Conjecture
Has yet to be proven.
Collatz Conjecture
Has yet to be proven.
Squaring the Circle
Has yet to be proven.
Infinite Twin Primes Problem
Has yet to be proven.
Poincaré Conjecture
Has yet to be proven.
Trisecting an Angle (via compass and straightedge)
Has yet to be proven.
Rationality of 'π + e'
Has yet to be proven.
Honeycomb Conjecture
Has yet to be proven.
'The Bridges of Konigsberg' Problem
Has yet to be proven.
Existence of Odd Perfect Numbers
Has yet to be proven.
Legendre's Conjecture
Has yet to be proven.
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