# Τhe Riemann Hypothesis and distribution of the primes

Published: 6 July 2021| Version 4 | DOI: 10.17632/pjcc8z6fpc.4
Contributor:
nikos mantzakouras

## Description

THEME "Τhe Riemann Hypothesis and distribution of the primes" Abstract: The Riemann zeta function is one of the most Euler’s important and fascinating functions in mathematics. By analyzing the material of Riemann’s conjecture, we divide our analysis in the ζ(z) function and in the proof of the conjecture, which has very important consequences on the distribution of prime numbers. The proof of the Hypothesis of Riemann result from the simple logic, that when two properties are associated, (the resulting equations that based in two Functional equations of Riemann ), if zero these equations, ie ζ(z) = ζ (1-z)= 0 and simultaneously they to have the proved property 1-1 of the Riemann function ζ(z).Thus, there is not margin for to non exist the Re (z) = 1/2 {because ζ (z) = ζ (1-z)=0 and also ζ(z) as and ζ(1-z) are 1-1}.This, as it stands, will gives the direction of all the non-trivial roots to be all in on the critical line, with a value in the real axis equal 1/2.