Multiplicative Number Theory I. Classical Theory by Montgomery H.L., Vaughan R.C.

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By Montgomery H.L., Vaughan R.C.

A textual content in response to classes taught effectively over decades at Michigan, Imperial collage and Pennsylvania country.

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13 The Riemann zeta function has a simple pole at s = 1 with residue 1, but is otherwise analytic in the half-plane σ > 0. 2. 5). In Chapter 10 we shall continue the zeta function by a different method. 24) yields useful inequalities for the zeta function on the real line. 14 The inequalities σ 1 < ζ (σ ) < σ −1 σ −1 hold for all σ > 0. In particular, ζ (σ ) < 0 for 0 < σ < 1. Proof From the inequalities 0 ≤ {u} < 1 it follows that 0≤ This suffices. ∞ 1 {u}u −σ −1 du < ∞ 1 u −σ −1 du = 1 . 23) to good use.

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