Authors: Toshiro Takami
I tried to prove that(Riemann hypothesis), but I realized that I can not prove how I did it. When we calculate by the sum method of (1) we found that the nontrivial zero point will never converge to zero. Calculating ζ(2), ζ(3), ζ(4), ζ(5) etc. by the method of the sum of (1) gives the correct calculation result. This can be considered because convergence is extremely slow in the case of complex numbers, but there is no tendency to converge at all. Rather, it tends to diffuse. In other words, it is inevitable to conclude that Riemann's hypothesis is a mistake. We will fundamentally completely erroneous ones, For 150 years, We were trying to prove it.
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