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Yes, but the singularity at the origin is removable i.
Edwards’ “Riemann’s Zeta Function;” Can someone explain this part to me? General political debate is not permitted. I know someone else has answered this question so I won’t answer it again. Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. I don’t know if this is appropriate for this subreddit since there’s rules against posts about learning math, but it’s not a homework question or a practice problem, just something I’m reading on my own, and I’d really like an answer so I can understand the proof of the functional equation.
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I’d recommend you have a look for that, since appreciating the functional equation is a really important step in this theory. This subreddit is for discussion of mathematical links and questions.
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In my study of this area I found another proof of the functional equation using the theta function which I found much more intuitive than the complex integration method. If you can’t find it but are interested I can send a copy to you. This includes reference requests – also see edwardd lists of recommended books and free online resources.
funchion Log in or sign up in seconds. But if I remember correctly that proof should have been given just a few pages before where you are now.
The user base is a lot larger, and the site is specifically designed for answering this sort of question. I’ve read Edouard Goursat’s Functions of a Complex Variable awesome book by the rdwards so I know what the Cauchy integral formula is, but I can’t see how it applies here, or how you would use it to get from one line to the next. I recommend posting this type of question to math stackexchange if you haven’t already. The second functikn of the functional equation did make a lot more sense than the first, but this was the only real problem I hadn’t understanding the first.
It’s the jump between the second and third lines that confuses me. Everything about X – every Wednesday. Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities.
Riemann’s Zeta Function
Just google “Riemann zeta functional equation proof with theta function” and you should find some notes on it. Just to be clear, g is holomorphic is at the origin but it is a meromorphic function globally since it has poles at 2 pi i n.
MathJax userscript userscripts need Greasemonkey, Tampermonkey or similar. Please be polite and civil when commenting, and always follow reddiquette. To be clear, there is nothing wrong with posting this sort of thing here, it’s just that I think you would be more likely to get good responses there. It would work out nicely otherwise.
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Reading H. M. Edwards’ “Riemann’s Zeta Function;” Can someone explain this part to me? : math
Simple Questions – Posted Fridays. Please read the FAQ before posting. This might help youit helped me when I got to that part of the book.
Submit a new link. Also if you could direct me to any good resources about Fourier inversion because I don’t know anything about that and that’s what comes right after this in the Edwards book.
Here is a more recent thread with book recommendations.
If there’s a different proof I’d love to take a look at it. All posts and comments should be directly related to mathematics.