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comment Riemann and Ihara's $\zeta$ Function Variable Question
@greg any idea? Why do you think it's ok that they are different?
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@Brian Do you have any idea towards a solution?
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comment Riemann and Ihara's $\zeta$ Function Variable Question
@GregMartin I don't think so. It just confuses me. A reason why they are different could be that Riemann deals with an infinite sum and Ihara, as far as I got it, with a finite graph. Could it be something like that?
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comment Can you express $\ln(x)$ as a series with negative or fractional powers of $x$?
@Ruslan I agree on the problem of using $\log(x)$, but the OP asked "an infinite series whose terms contain negative ... powers of $x$"...
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comment $\lim\limits_{n\to\infty} \frac{n}{\sqrt[n]{n!}} =e$
@hardmath I started a discussion a while ago...
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