New formula for the Riemann Hypothesis

Discussion in 'Number Theory' started by John.Anderson, Sep 27, 2023.

  1. John.Anderson


    Sep 27, 2023
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    Hi think I may have found a new formula for the Riemann hypothesis.
    This is how you find the real side of the limit of zeta(n+bi):
    Here is how you can find the imaginary side of the limit:
    The y=a(60) on the top is your final answer, you can increase its accuracy by setting the v to a larger number or by plugging in a higher number into that y=a(60). You can check the final answer on any of this by plugging it into wolfram alpha.
    I dont think people can edit these graphs to mess with them but just in case i took screenshots of the formulas which you can find here:
    John.Anderson, Sep 27, 2023
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