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Feb
5
comment Determining the coefficients of the reciprocal of a Dirichlet series
should i say reciprocal in this case ?
Jan
24
comment how can we solve this equation without mellin transform?
you mean $ \sum_{n=1}^{\infty}2ng(2n)=f(x)+f(2x)+f(3x)+f(4x)+.....$
Jan
22
comment Dirichlet series for inverse of Eta function
sorry did not understand the part 'valuation of n relatively to the power of 2 ' could you put some example
Jan
22
comment Dirichlet series for inverse of Eta function
what is $ \nu_{2} (n) $ , also i need this formula to solve a physics problem so how should i quiote the answer in my vixra paper :) ?= thanks
Dec
16
comment Does the gradient of the gradient make sense?
would it be a matrix then which components would have ??
Oct
20
comment Are mathematical articles on Wikipedia reliable?
i put my ideas in wikipedia :D but i make sure the equations are right, i can not publish my ideas anywhere :(
Oct
18
comment mellin transform of a function related to the derivative of Riemann zeta function
from the mellin transform theory is or can be my function of the form $$ f(x)= \sum_{n=1}^{\infty}-\Psi (x/n) $$ , where Psi here is the Chebyshev function ??
Apr
27
comment Mellin convolution and Mellin transform
hi, finally proved it by setting $ y =1/u$ as a change of variable in teh proof of the first identity thanks anyway
Apr
27
comment Mellin convolution and Mellin transform
thanks but i don'te get it all :) $ u=xy$ but how i do compute the differential $ du$ i forgot how is it done sorry
Apr
10
comment Wrong proof of the functional equation for $ \zeta (s) $ but why is the result correct?
it is exists i the sense f zeta regularization :D
Apr
10
comment Wrong proof of the functional equation for $ \zeta (s) $ but why is the result correct?
but it is supposed that CORRECT results should come form CORRECT mathematics
Dec
31
comment Infinite product for a generalization of gamma function
$ c_{n} (a) $ are the poles of the function $ g(x,a) $ for a given 'a' real number
Nov
14
comment The limit of $ m\int_{a}^{1/m} \frac{dx}{x}=0 $ and $ m\int_{a}^{\infty} \frac{dx}{x^{1+m}}=0$ as $m\to0$
so the limit itself does not exist ?
Nov
14
comment The limit of $ m\int_{a}^{1/m} \frac{dx}{x}=0 $ and $ m\int_{a}^{\infty} \frac{dx}{x^{1+m}}=0$ as $m\to0$
$ m \to 0 4 sorry i forgot
Nov
14
comment Inhomogeneus recurrence relation $a_{n+1} = 2a_n+3^n+4^n$
fro 4 n \to \infty $ your difference equation becomes $ y'(x)=y(x)+3^{x}+4^{x} $ solve this and you will have an approximate solution
Nov
7
comment Inverse Laplace Transform of $s^n$
i thinks is more like $ (-1)^{n} \delta ^{n} (x) $$ the derivatives of delta function
Nov
6
comment zeta regularization separation of series
by curiosity what would happen with this identity if $ k=1 $
Nov
6
comment singular fnction involving gamma function
my probelm was most related to see if the derivatives of $$ \frac{\Gamma (z+1)}{\Gamma (z-2r+1)} $$ for m negative and r postive turned to be $\infty$
Nov
6
comment singular fnction involving gamma function
OK tahnks i need it for any formula involivng Euler-Maclaurin summation formula thanks Daniel :)
Jun
16
comment Numerical Methods for estimating divergence over an improper integral
expand the function into a Laurent series convergent whenever $ x<1 $ and antoher , wich is convergent $ x >1 $