Hi, I was just wondering if there is available the proof of fermats last theorem on the web, aswell as the proof for the poincare conjecture.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I was looking over the Riemann hypothesis and I'm having some difficulties... It's claimed that the functions have trivial zeroes at the even negative integers... but when I put -2 as s in the sum equation I get 1+3+9 ... etc. Someone has explained on previous threads about RH that another formula is to be used... but can someone explain exactly why? (I understand the problem of the hypothesis pretty well but just not the equation...)

Thanks.

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