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Number Theory Conference - December 11, 2009
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Results 1 - 10 of about 53,100 for "assuming the generalized Riemann hypothesis".

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I'd rather assume it is not true...

Speaker 83: "... Having proven the Generalized Riemann Hypothesis..."
Me: "... Wait. What?!"

Assuming the Goldbach conjecture:
for all a>2, there is a prime in the open interval (a, 2a).

NOTE: this is directly extensible to a>1.

speaker # 50: Hi everybody my name....
everybody: WHAT???

hey, this comic is awesome! Anyways, since this is all about math and you all seem to be quite in-tune with it I wanted to know if any of you had suggestions for a good textbook to teach myself advanced calculus. I've already done a course in multivariable calc with an intro to vector calc. But I'd consider that mainly an introduction.


Keep up the good work!

Michael Spivak's Calculus gives a fairly in-depth treatment of many levels of the calculus. You should definitely look into it.

Let's hear it for the Yellow Pig!

It's so true XD

I would be nice if someone could prove "the generalized Riemann hypothesis". Or maybe prove it be unprovable or something.
Furry cows moo and decompress.

No you are not going to prove the Riemann hypothesis.

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