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Can someone tell me if he explained the card stacking problem wrong? He says the key is to think of the overhang plus next card to be moved as one unit. Read morePublished 9 days ago by winymure
Excellent book in the main. As an introduction to the Riemann Hypothesis for those with a good grasp of algebra, it is hard to fault.Published 14 days ago by Fergal Macalister
Good read, although zeta(-1) is not divergent. it is -1/12. Also I was delighted to see Alain Connes, p-adic numbers and random matrices mentioned. Nice.Published 16 days ago by gonzo
Good book - but not for browsing. Need a pad and pencil to follow this stuff - like studying.Published 24 days ago by Gregory Hallock
Excellent for the non-math types but still a heavy read, no matter what mathematicians throw at the RH to find the proof.Published 2 months ago by x
Not only is this the best math book I have read, it is the best math book I can imagine being written. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dianne S.
This book explains what the Riemann hypothises is and how it relates to giving the number of prime numbers up to a large quantity. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Steven Baer
I know that in I never will fully understand the Riemann Hypothesis, not enough math cells in my brain, but this book have let me get a glimpse of the beauty of the zeta function.Published 5 months ago by AntiBody