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hadi amiri 4

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i am a high school student i want to prove the riemann hypothesis but i do not how to start

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hadi amiri 4

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i am a high school student i want to prove the riemann hypothesis but i do not how to start

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HallsofIvy

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Start by studying mathematics of course!

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matt grime

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If you want to start understanding the statement of the problem, then learning about complex analysis and number theory is the way to go. And probably going to university, doing 3/4 years of undergrad, a masters, and a PhD is the necessary thing to do. Unless you're independently wealthy and fantastically clever.

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I have to agree to the statements above, the time of the Fermants is over.

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Here is a proof to get you started:i am a high school student i want to prove the riemann hypothesis but i do not how to start

http://arxiv.org/abs/0807.0090

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well the url says:

This paper has been withdrawn by the author, due to a mistake on page 29.

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mathwonk

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you might start by reading riemann's paper on the topic.

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