A Proof of the Riemann Hypothesis

Diego Marin


We define an infinite summation which is proportional to the reverse Riemann function Zeta(s). Then we demonstrate that such function can have singularities only for  Re s = 1/n, where n is a non-zero natural number. Finally, using the functional equation, we reduce these possibilities to  Re s = 1/2 only.


Science; Mathematics; Arithmetic


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The DOI for this article will be: 10.12969/Scientia.Vol125.Sect2.Art03

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SCIENTIA International Identifiers: ISSN: 2282-2119 . DOI prefix: 10.12969 . EAN: 977-2282-211-00-9 . Handle (hdl) prefix: 11167

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