Set Theory and Logic

   

Riemann's Hypothesis (The Millenium's Problem)

Authors: Louiz Akram

This is a better scan of my work about riemann's hypothesis , I proved that there are no zeros when Re(s)<1 . I didn't suppose that zeta is convergent , but I supposed that the zero is among the images with the relation zeta of a known s=a+ib since zeta is a relation when it doesn't converge. There is an issue when we try to find an extension for Riemann's zêta : The complex form multiplied to zêta should never be null , because that form should also devide zêta to deduce the extension. The mistake is to multiply by a complex form then devide by only an image by it. There is also the logical problem when zêta which is divergent equals a convergent extension. I think that suppositions should be made before trying to find an extension to Zeta.

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