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Topic: 2nd type of Prime Number discovered
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Re: 2nd type of Prime Number discovered
Posted: Nov 19, 2010 11:46 PM
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On Oct 27, 10:22 am, Grover <> wrote:

> I always thought that the non-trivial zeroes of the Riemann zeta
> function lie on the line  x + iy  where x = 1/2, not where y = 1/2 ;

You're absolutely right, I did make a typo there. And, indeed, it
isn't certain that all the non-trivial zeroes satisfy that condition
yet either, although all those we know, and an infinite number of
them, do.

John Savard

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