let be the function [tex] \sum_{\rho} (\rho )^{-1} =Z[/tex](adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

and let be the sum [tex] S= \sum_{\gamma}\frac{1}{1/4+ \gamma ^{2}} [/tex]

here 'gamma' runs over the imaginary part of the Riemann Zeros

then is the Riemann Hypothesis equivalent to the assertion that [tex] S=2Z [/tex] ??

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# Riemann Hypothesis equivalence

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