Number Theory


Constant Quality of the Riemann Zeta's Non-Trivial Zeros

Authors: Petr E. Pushkarev

In this article we are closely examining Riemann zeta function's non-trivial zeros. Especially, we examine real part of non-trivial zeros. Real part of Riemann zeta function's non-trivial zeros is considered in the light of constant quality of such zeros. We propose and prove a theorem of this quality. We also uncover a definition phenomenons of zeta and Riemann xi functions. In conclusion and as an conclusion we observe Riemann hypothesis in perspective of our researches.

Comments: 5 Pages. was published in the Global Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics 13, no. 6 (2017): 1987-1992

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