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    Please help me solve the Reimann Hypothesis. You can do so here: http://quantumquasar.forumotion.com/...hypothesis#586

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    (Original post by Kyx)
    RDKGames spotify95 littleswany cookiemonstaXD Kholmes1 ThatsAGoodOne349


    Please help me solve the Reimann Hypothesis. You can do so here: http://quantumquasar.forumotion.com/...hypothesis#586

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    100-200 pls
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    (Original post by ThatsAGoodOne349)
    100-200 pls
    Done

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    (Original post by Kyx)
    Done

    (101-200)
    200-300 please
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    (Original post by spotify95)
    200-300 please
    201-300

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    You get a million for solving it and this guy asking for 200
    shambles
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    (Original post by glad-he-ate-her)
    You get a million for solving it and this guy asking for 200
    shambles
    If you want to help, just sign up to my website and help

    If not, you're free to go away
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    What's your game plan for tackling the "all numbers up to infinity" part? :holmes:
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    (Original post by Dez)
    What's your game plan for tackling the "all numbers up to infinity" part? :holmes:
    I'm working on it
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    It's good that you're asking for help instead of demanding the solution to your maths problem like many others here.

    Firstly, how far have you got and what have you tried? Please post your working.

    If you're really stuck and have no idea how to start, check out the spoilers for hints. But make sure you've given it a good go first.

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    It's a number theory problem, so factorising is a logical first step.


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    Remember that i=\sqrt{-1}.
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    (Original post by IrrationalRoot)
    It's good that you're asking for help instead of demanding the solution to your maths problem like many others here.

    Firstly, how far have you got and what have you tried? Please post your working.

    If you're really stuck and have no idea how to start, check out the spoilers for hints. But make sure you've given it a good go first.

    Hint 1:
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    It's a number theory problem, so factorising is a logical first step.





    Hint 2:
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    Remember that i=\sqrt{-1}.


    I've gotten up to the number 20 so far. I'm using a 'brute force' method though.

    I know basic complex mathematics, but I know nothing about number theory

    Really I just need a website where I can input data and it tells me whether it's randomly distributed or not

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    (Original post by IrrationalRoot)
    It's good that you're asking for help instead of demanding the solution to your maths problem like many others here.

    Firstly, how far have you got and what have you tried? Please post your working.

    If you're really stuck and have no idea how to start, check out the spoilers for hints. But make sure you've given it a good go first.

    Hint 1:
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    It's a number theory problem, so factorising is a logical first step.



    Hint 2:
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    Remember that i=\sqrt{-1}.

    You can't really "demand a solution" given that nobody has solved it yet. Also, how would factorising help...
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    (Original post by JammieDodger27)
    You can't really "demand a solution" given that nobody has solved it yet. Also, how would factorising help...
    Factorising would obviously help since you know the factors have to be integers - it's a number theory problem.

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    ...I can't believe you took that post seriously...
 
 
 
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