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Finding a proof has been the holy grail of number theory since **Riemann** first published his **hypothesis**.

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In addition to being worth a million dollars, it is a deep and fundamental problem that has remained intractable since it was first proposed by Bernhard **Riemann**, in 1859. The **Riemann** **hypothesis** has to do with the distribution of the prime numbers, those integers that can be divided only by themselves and one, like 3, 5, 7, 11 and so on.

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Devised in by Georg Friedrich Bernhard **Riemann** in 1859 it has yet to be rivaled in its impact, or. In mathematics, the **Riemann** **hypothesis** is a conjecture that the **Riemann** zeta function has its zeros only at the negative even integers and complex numbers with real part 12.

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Of course the **Riemann** **Hypothesis** says that the **Riemann** zeta function has zeros only at negative even integers (the 'trivial zeros') and on the line Re (z) = 1/2 (the 'nontrivial zeros'). .

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Web. Web. The **Riemann** **Hypothesis** is a statement about the **Riemann** Zeta function: it states that every nontrivial zero of the **Riemann** zeta function has a real part equal to exactly 1/2.

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Box 3: In the absence of any better information, the prior probability of the null **hypothesis** is , or. This is the **Riemann** **Hypothesis**.

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