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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.

Cheers!!

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.

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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.

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No you are not going to prove the Riemann hypothesis.