#### Am Vor 5 Monate

The Riemann hypothesis provides insights into the distribution of prime numbers, stating that the nontrivial zeros of the Riemann zeta function have a “real part” of one-half. A proof of the hypothesis would be world news and fetch a $1 million Millennium Prize. In this lecture, we will discuss the mathematical meaning of the Riemann hypothesis and why it matters. Along the way, we will tell tales of mysteries about prime numbers and highlight new advances. We will conclude with a discussion of recent joint work with mathematicians Michael Griffin of Brigham Young University, Larry Rolen of Vanderbilt, and Don Zagier of the Max Planck Institute, which sheds new light on this famous problem.

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## brenda williams

Thankyou. 2719 is a problem for 7 squared.

Vor 14 Tage## Ariel Galindo

https://youtu.be/MCNR8Euw9rc

Vor 19 Tage## Ariel Galindo

https://youtu.be/MCNR8Euw9rc

Vor 19 Tage## Rene Ferrel Terceros

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Vor 24 Tage## sr 71

No podría estar al español

Vor Monat## esilence

At 44:31 how to plug the nontrivial zeros rho into the last term of the equation?? How does it work to get a result there? How to plug in the nontrivial zeros? Like 1/2+it ? Then how to do them sum of it?? Please can someone give me one example?

Vor Monat## Vikraal

$1 Million? I would do it for 2 Million. What do you say?

Vor Monat## Meena Deshpande

Hi This is Abhijeet Deshpande and.... This is how to understand the theorem.... Points: 1.) From 1 to 100, calculate the number of odds and evens 2.) Now for every single of the odd and even numbers, measure and write down the number of steps, for both to go to the number 4. 3.) For both the odd and even numbers, calculate individually as below, a.) Add the number of steps to get a total of both odd and even b.) Get a total of odd / even numbers by addition i.e. a.) How many numbers are odd and even b.) And what the the sum total of odd and even by addition c.) What is the sum total of odd and even by division d.) What is the sum total of odd and even numbers by substraction 4.) Divide the number of steps with the number of odd / even numbers wiithin 1 to 100 5.) Now upon fiding the value of the division of both odd and even numbers, Use the above results of calculations to calculate with the results to determine the base structure or the point of average c divisions or calculations, where both the calculations of odd and even align, And Voila, you have a symmetry of calculative set of equations that would determine the results of any similar supposedly unsolvable equations. These equative calculations of mine can also solve the problems of Rieman hypothesis of prime numbers as well. As such I am eligible to win the seed of Clay Institute for of and towards the same. 3x+1, Rieman Hypothesis © Abhijeet Deshpande, 2021

Vor Monat## Meena Deshpande

@Vikraal 💪😁👍

Vor Monat## Vikraal

Wah pandey

Vor Monat## cufflink44

Thank you for the clarification, and apologies for my misunderstanding. I'll delete my original post.

Vor Monat## Rubens Cabral

Hello I'm from Brazil the formula of non-primes automatically you discover the primes are 3+3+3+3... to infinity and the 7+7+7... and the perfect squares odd minus ending 5 example 9×9.11 ×11.13.13...

Vor 3 Monate## Rubens Cabral

Also Goldbach's conjecture is easy all odds are a pair with 1 more number and the primes are odd divided by 1 so added two primes add two (1)(1) Does not matter the size. it also has the wildcard numbers 2 that goes through all the pairs and the number 5 that doubles in itself 5.10.15.20....

Vor Monat## Rubens Cabral

Hello Almost that's right this is a vortex circle a vortex number are those that go from 1 to 9 with the (0) in the center there in the vortex the numbers go back and forth with their opposites vs example 7+7+7+7 opposite 3-3-3-3-3 also 8+8+8+8 opposite 2 -2-2-2 also 9+9+9+9 opposite 1-1-1-1 e 6+6+6+6 opposite 4-4-4-4 o number (5) fold in itself 5.10.15.20.25....... hope you understood a little thank you

Vor Monat## Rubens Cabral

I did not understand your question

Vor Monat## Harshal Bopaliya

I solved Riemann hypothesis which website I publish this is not Joke I am mathematician

Vor 4 Monate## Akos Mondovici

He is iust a poor mathematician that convinced himself of illusion. Here is the real solution: youtube.com/watch?v=eyzWz8mpMM8&t=1349s Real mathematicians use colors also (COMPLEX NUMBERS), poor mathematicians are stuck vith black inc on vhite paper ;) Cheers, vhat next?

Vor Monat## Влади́мир Нау́мович Гри́бов

@Tommy Jensen It probably relies on fantasy.

Vor Monat## Tommy Jensen

@Harshal Bopaliya You must be a brilliant mathematician to have your own theroy. Does it rely on aximos?

Vor 2 Monate## Asif Akhtar

so a mathematician who solved the hypothesis is watching YT videos on the same topic and asking where to publish his proof? Okay, nice try at komedi

Vor 2 Monate## Shivam Singh

@Harshal Bopaliya no bro it is correct i had read it here https://www.timesnownews.com/hyderabad/article/161-year-old-problem-finally-solved-hyderabad-based-physicist-develops-proof-for-riemann-hypothesis/777108 last line

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