I talked with an old friend of mine. We discussed prime numbers and Ulams Spiral, and the mathematical patterns that surround us all. He brought up something called the Zeta-Function and something about -1 1/2 and how this all related to prime numbers. I did a google search and found some interesting results but didn't quite find enough on the purpose of -1 1/2, guess I should have dug a little deeper. Anyways could someone please explain the Zeta Function and why it is important and purposeful, as well as it's correlation to prime numbers and -1 1/2.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Zeta Function -1 1/2 and prime numbers

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