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# Riemann zeta function Problem and some questions ?

Here we discuss about one of the famous unsolved problems in mathematics, the Riemann hypothesis. We construct a vision from a student about this hypothesis, we ask a questions maybe it will give a help for researchers and scientist.

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Riemann hypothesis,...
following actual definition of prime number,... 1 is not one (Prime number) !!!!!! ""Prime, any positive integer greater than 1 that is divisible only by itself and 1—e.g., 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, ….""
Riemann hypothesis is a conjecture that the Riemann zeta function has its zeros only at the negative
The value s = 1 is therefore a singularity of the function.
In mathematics, a singularity is generally a point, a value or a case in which a certain mathematical object is not well defined or is undergoing a transition. i have the mathematics to describe such concept,...
This program can decompose any integer [+,-] into a prime addition term (termisation)
IF so
- Single specified one will be termisationed [S]
-Termisation of specified one [T] This program can also find all GOLDBACH number [pair,impair] until the specified one

Juan, the real part of z needs to be > 1 (by definition).
The easiest ways (in my opinion) to see that -2, -4, ... are trivial zeros:
(i) From the connection with the Bernoulli numbers, we have that:
(2n+1) ζ(-2n) = B2n+1 for natural n ≥ 1,
where the right hand side are the (2n+1)-Bernoulli numbers - which are equal to zero;
or
(ii) From Riemann's functional equation, we have:
ζ(-2n) = -2-2n (2n)! π-2n-1 ζ(2n+1) sin (nπ) for natural n ≥ 1,
and the latter factor equals 0.
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14th Jun, 2021
Juan Weisz
formerly conicet and universidad nacional del litoral
They say -2, -4, -6,....are trivial zeros of the Riemann Zeta function.
Just what is the proof?
Introducing -2, I seem to get
1+4+9+..very far from zero.
1/(2^z) with z=-2 is 1/(1/4) =4??
Where is the mistake?
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Juan, the real part of z needs to be > 1 (by definition).
The easiest ways (in my opinion) to see that -2, -4, ... are trivial zeros:
(i) From the connection with the Bernoulli numbers, we have that:
(2n+1) ζ(-2n) = B2n+1 for natural n ≥ 1,
where the right hand side are the (2n+1)-Bernoulli numbers - which are equal to zero;
or
(ii) From Riemann's functional equation, we have:
ζ(-2n) = -2-2n (2n)! π-2n-1 ζ(2n+1) sin (nπ) for natural n ≥ 1,
and the latter factor equals 0.
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There is a lot of confused reasoning about the Riemann zeta function.
Consider it this way:
A. In the complex domain, zeta(s) is defined by the integral formulas
Integral_x=0..inf{x^(s-1)/(e^x-1)}/Integral_x=0..inf{x^(s-1)/e^x}.
B. This evaluates to 0 when s is a negative even integer.
C. For Re(s) > 1 this evaluates to the same value as the series Sum_n=1..inf{1/n^s}. Ok, nice to know.
But C has nothing to do with B.
The implication is from A to B and from A to C, not at all from C to B.
There exists thousands of examples of this kind.
For example, the Lorentzian function f(x) = 1/(1+x^2) is well defined for any real x. In the sub-domain of |x|<1 it evaluates to the same value as the series Sum_n=0..inf{(-x)^(2n)}. For |x|>=1, however, the series does not converge at all, while the function f(x) exists and is well behaved.
No mystery.
But name the Riemann zeta and many people think that there IS a mystery.
15th Jun, 2021
Juan Weisz
formerly conicet and universidad nacional del litoral
In other words I must use a different formula. Thanks all 