It was an open question whether 33 could be written as the sum of three cubes. Thanks to Andrew R. Booker, it now isnâ€™t.

\begin{array}{c} (8866128975287528)^3 \\ + \\(-8778405442862239)^3 \\ + \\(-2736111468807040)^3 \\ = \\ 33\end{array}

It was an open question whether 33 could be written as the sum of three cubes. Thanks to Andrew R. Booker, it now isnâ€™t.

\begin{array}{c} (8866128975287528)^3 \\ + \\(-8778405442862239)^3 \\ + \\(-2736111468807040)^3 \\ = \\ 33\end{array}