Does anybody happen to know whether there are non-prime numbers which transform to give zero's on Reimann's critical line, or is it only the primes that do this?
Canute said:Would it be correct to say that knowing the position of the zero's allows the number of primes up to x to be calculated more accurately than otherwise (than Gauss's calc for instance?).
Canute said:Sorry for the naive questions but I'm trying to understand what it is that Reimann did with the Zeta function, or what it is that the function does, but without much (any?) idea of the actual mathematics involved.