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Mats Granvik
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7 votes

Is there a recursive formula for Euler's Totient function

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Are there any series whose convergence is unknown?

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Chebyshev function identity

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Is Sigma $\Sigma$ a mathematical way of doing a for loop?

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Sum of the form $r+r^2+r^4+\dots+r^{2^k} = \sum_{i=1}^k r^{2^i}$

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Zeros of alternating zeta function

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Prime number generator, how to make

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The ordinary generating function for $ζ(s)$

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A certain “harmonic” sum

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Formula for Natural logarithm of $\pi$

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Are there any series whose convergence is unknown?

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Does the Euler constant allow to go from the prime realm to the zeta zeros realm?

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Density and distributions of those numerically or analytically KNOWN solutions of Riemann $\zeta(1/2 + r i)=0?$

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Approximation of Natural Logarithm using arithmetic.

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What is the formula for the first Riemann zeta zero?

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Is this similarity to the Fourier transform of the von Mangoldt function real?

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How can I find the value of $\ln( |x|)$ without using the calculator?

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Series for $\text{Arg}( \zeta (z))$

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Riemann Zeta function - number of zeros

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How do you compute the singular series?

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Formula for composite numbers

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Integral $\int_1^\infty\frac{dx}{1+2^x+3^x}$

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why is $ 2 = \frac{5}{1+\frac{8}{4+\frac{11}{7 + \frac{14}{10 + \dots}}} } $

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Integral $\int_1^\infty\frac{dx}{1+2^x+3^x}$

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Are there any series whose convergence is unknown?

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Prove that the lower bound for the partial sums of the Möbius inverse of the Harmonic numbers minus $n$ is greater than $1$ minus a Harmonic number

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What is the formula for the first Riemann zeta zero?

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Show that when applying these substitution rules the result is an alternating sum with binomial coefficients in the numerators.

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Explicit example of a non-trivial zero of Riemann zeta function

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Primes approximated by eigenvalues?