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What exactly do they mean when they say "Non-trvial zeros" in reffrence to the RH?

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whatzzupboy

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What exactly do they mean when they say "Non-trvial zeros" in reffrence to the RH?

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mathmike

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non trivial solutions to a rhe are solutions that are not trivial or ones that arent zero

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Zeros other than the negative integers. The zeroes at negative integers are obvious, and do not effect the interesting properties the other zeroes do.whatzzupboy said:What exactly do they mean when they say "Non-trvial zeros" in reffrence to the RH?

In other words the RH says

if zeta(z)=0

then

z is a negative integer

or

Re(z)=1/2

that is x=1/2+i y for some real number y

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