Day 329 – Solve a world famous mathematical problem

The Riemann hypothesis states that the nontrivial Riemann zeta function zeros all lie on the “critical line”

s = R[s] = 1/2,

where R[s] denotes the real part of s.

Time to prove it.
I don’t really get it and I have no clue how to even start this one….Bratwurs?

Points earned: 2
Total points: 810

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2 Responses to “Day 329 – Solve a world famous mathematical problem”

  1. Chris Says:

    That’s okay mern, you chose a hard one. I study analytic zeta functions (more or less), and I don’t understand the riemann hypothesis.

    bratwurs

  2. n8duke Says:

    thanks, b-wurs’.

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