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Jul
23
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Can we deduce that all the real zeros of those $k^{th}$ derivatives are also simple?
@ChrisWuthrich: This is related to a dynamical system (possible chaotic) defined by $L(C,s)$.
Jul
23
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Can we deduce that all the real zeros of those $k^{th}$ derivatives are also simple?
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Jul
23
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Can we deduce that all the real zeros of those $k^{th}$ derivatives are also simple?
@JeremyRouse: I am asking about negative real zeros.
Jul
22
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Can we deduce that all the real zeros of those $k^{th}$ derivatives are also simple?
Jul
22
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Is there is a known relation or expression containing the algebraic rank $r$?
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Jul
21
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Solve this functional equation with respect to $f$
@Vladimir: Yes, Christian Remling is right. This is exactely my question.
Jul
21
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Solve this functional equation with respect to $f$
Jul
20
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How the equality in the first case is equivalent to the inequality in the last case?
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Jul
20
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How the equality in the first case is equivalent to the inequality in the last case?
@ Timo Keller: But it is not true for curves over rationals.
Jul
20
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How the equality in the first case is equivalent to the inequality in the last case?
Jul
20
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How the equality in the first case is equivalent to the inequality in the last case?
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Jul
20
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How the equality in the first case is equivalent to the inequality in the last case?
Jul
16
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Riemann Siegel function and gamma function
@ Sangkyu Kim: It has no an explicit formula.
Jul
16
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Can we deduce something about the nature of those solutions?
Jul
14
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Riemann Siegel function and gamma function
@ Sangkyu Kim: But the gamma function has no closed form.
Jun
5
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Can we use this formula to construct rational points on the curve $C$?
@ Joe Silverman: There is an error in the question: the constant is $v$ without known relation to rational numbers.
Jun
5
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Can we use this formula to construct rational points on the curve $C$?
@ACL: There is an error in the question: the constant is $v$ without known relation to rational numbers.
Jun
5
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Can we use this formula to construct rational points on the curve $C$?
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5
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Can we use this formula to construct rational points on the curve $C$?
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5
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Can we use this formula to construct rational points on the curve $C$?
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