Extended zeta functions make it possible to prove or dis-prove Riemann's Hypothesis More
While extended zeta functions support investigations of Riemann's hypothesis and estimates for the Prime Number Theorem, some zeta functions offer better prospects for providing easy proofs, or disproofs. In 1859, Riemann had the idea to define Euler’s function ε(x)=∑m^x for all complex numbers s=x+iy by analytic extension. This extension is important in number theory and plays a central role in the distribution of prime numbers. There are a number of ways of extending Euler's zeta function ζ(s) to points where 0≤x≤1. Because ζ(s) is an alternating series, it becomes possible to prove or disprove Riemann's Hypothesis.
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Classical analysis and number theory covering Fermat's Last Theorem (FLT), Beal's conjecture, Wile's proof of FLT, prime numbers, Goldbach's conjecture, Navier-Stokes equations,infinite series, Riemann's hypothesis, Pythagorean theorm, abc conjecture, irrational numbers, and more