Number Theory

   

Using Decimals to Prove Zeta(n >= 2) is Irrational

Authors: Timothy W. Jones

With a strange and ironic twist an open number theory problem, show Zeta(n) is irrational for natural numbers greater than or equal to 2, is solved with the easiest of number theory concepts: the rules of representing fractions with decimals.

Comments: 4 Pages. A few corrections and improvements per some suggestions received.

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[v1] 2019-10-27 12:15:29
[v2] 2019-10-30 02:26:02

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