I've read several recent books on the RH for the lay audience. However, none show how to actually calulate a zero of the Reimann zeta function. For example, how does one calculate:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

14.134725142

21.022039639

25.010857580

30.424876126

32.935061588

I would really like to know an algebraic expression to do this? Possible?

My level of math is that of a typical engineer (including 1 semester of complex analysis). My understanding of infinite series is shakey at best.

Thanks is advance.

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# How to calculate a zero of the Reimann zeta function?

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