Mathematics And The World's Most Famous Maths Problem: The Riemann Hypothesis

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9781517797645: Mathematics And The World's Most Famous Maths Problem: The Riemann Hypothesis

DESCRIPTION OF BOOK This book takes an analytical look at mathematics and provides some important suggestions. It also points towards a better way of thinking. Hopefully, this will induce the reader to be a better thinker, at least mathematically. The book also ambitiously tackles the question of the Riemann hypothesis which represents the most important and deepest problem in mathematics, providing the solutions to this important problem. Importantly, the book aims to guide the reader towards greater clarity of thought and a greater understanding of the Riemann hypothesis by carefully explaining what the hypothesis is about. As there is evidently a lot of mystery surrounding the Riemann hypothesis, the book should help to clear up this mystery. JEFFREY TODD, PH.D., is a professor and an author of many books. He is also an expert on the prime numbers and has published several important papers on the prime numbers in mathematics journals.

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