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  Puzzling Math Problem Solved?
 
  A world-renowned retired mathematician claims he has proof to solve a math problem dating back to 1859, potentially worth $1 million.

According to the Clay Mathematics Institute, the hypothesis named after German mathematician Bernhard Riemann centers on how prime numbers — which can only be divided by one or themselves — are distributed and how frequently they occur. Riemann's formula works for the first 10 trillion solutions, said the institute, but not for every single potential prime number.

For more, check out this USA Today story.

 
      Posted by: Agitator!!, September 25, 2018, 11:51 am  

 
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