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Topic: Close form of Zeta function for odd number
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Close form of Zeta function for odd number
Posted: Aug 16, 2007 11:15 AM
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I read awhile ago a book on Riemann's works. I understand that there
are close form of the Riemann zeta function for even number ( thanks
Euler ?). In my book, there was no close form for the odd number of
the Riemann zeta function.

1)Could anyone redirect me on study of the zeta function for odd
number ?

2) Is there a way to proove the non-existence/existence of a close
form ?
( I m pretty sure I didn't formulate that correctly, I can explain If



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