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Old 2019-04-19, 11:54   #1
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Default Random thoughts on RH

1) We can say that proving RH is equivalent to proving that
zeta(s + it) is a non trivial non-zero when the real part (s) is other than 1/2, irrespective of the imaginary part(t)
(to be continued).
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1) We can say that proving RH is equivalent to proving that
zeta(s + it) is a non trivial non-zero when the real part (s) is other than 1/2, irrespective of the imaginary part(t)
(to be continued).
2) one implies many: I.e. if a zero exists on any line parallel to 1/2 then many ought to exist. If this can be proved we have practicality proved RH.
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