Riemann Hypothesis

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The Riemann hypothesis is considered to be one of the most important conjectures within pure mathematics, which has stood unsolved for over 150 years. This wikibook seeks to explore the hypothesis, its history, and its current status.

Table of Contents[edit]

  1. Preliminary knowledge
  2. Biography of Riemann
  3. Introduction to the Zeta function
  4. Analytical continuation
  5. The hypothesis
  6. Computation using the Zeta function
  7. Notability of the problem
  8. Consequences
  9. Attempted proofs
  10. Potential future methods
  11. Arguments and counterarguments
  12. Generalised Riemann Hypothesis
  13. Related problems
  14. Appendix