- Riemann's hypothesis
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- found: Work cat.: Sabbagh, K. Dr. Riemann's zeros, 2002: jkt. (the hypothesis seeks to explain how the prime numbers are distributed among the other numbers)
- found: Chowla, S. The Riemann hypothesis and Hilbert's tenth problem, 1965.
- found: American Institute of Mathematics Web site, 7 Feb. 2005 (This web page highlights some of the conjectures and open problems concerning The Riemann Hypothesis)
- found: OED, 1989 (Riemann, the name of G.F. Bernard Riemann, 1826-1866; Riemann('s) hypothesis, the hypothesis (unproved by 1981) that all the zeros of the Riemann zeta function, except those on the real line, have a real part equal to 1/2)
- 2005-02-09: new
- 2005-07-30: revised
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