What about the Riemann Zeta function makes it so difficult to prove that all the zeros have real part 1/2? Is it that we lack the discoveries and tools necessary, or we just aren't creative enough, or maybe both? Same question for Goldbach's. Fermat's seemed to rely on elliptic curves which have really only been invented/discovered rather recently in relation the time the problem was posed.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Zeros of the Zeta Function

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