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Existence of Laurent series with zeroes at $𝑒^2𝑛$ (𝑛∈ℕ0 ) and even faster coefficient decay

This is an extension of an earlier question of mine which corresponds to the case $A = 1$. Precisely, my question is as follows: Given $A > 0$ fixed but arbitrary, is there a non-trivial ...
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Existence of Laurent series with zeroes at $e^{2n}$ ($n \in \Bbb{N}_0$) and extremely fast coefficient decay

I am working on a problem in harmonic analysis, which I converted into the following existence problem concerning Laurent series. I am a bit at a loss concerning this problem, since my knowledge of ...
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A family of polynomials whose zeros all lie on the unit circle

I had posted the following problem on stack exchange before. Suppose $\lambda$ is a real number in $\left( 0,1\right)$, and let $n$ be a positive integer. Prove that all the roots of the ...
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Is there always a polynomial with real zeroes between two polynomials with real zeroes?

Suppose that we have two complex polynomials $p(z)=\sum_{k=0}^n p_kz^k$ and $q(z)=\sum_{k=0}^n q_kz^k$ and also that we have $|p_k|<|q_k|$ for $k=0,1,...,n$. We say that a polynomial $r$ is ...
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Locus of roots of all convex combinations of two monic polynomials, II

This post contains a revised conjecture to a conjecture I posed previously which was shown to be false. Let $p, q \in \mathbb{C}[t]$ be two monic polynomials of degree $n \ge 1$. For $\alpha \in [0,1]...
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Deriving “quasi-theta” functions from theta functions' zeros

I've been trying to sift the zeros of \begin{align}\vartheta(z)&=e^{-\pi z^2}\prod_{k\ge1}(1+e^{-(2k-1)\pi+2\pi z})(1+e^{-(2k-1)\pi-2\pi z})\\ &=\prod_{k\ge1}(1+e^{-(2k-1)\pi+2i\pi z})(1+e^{-(...
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The $n$-th derivative has $n$ zeros. Can such a function be unbounded?

I asked this on Math.SE some days ago, but without any success. For some application I need a formal definition of bell-shaped function. So I had the following idea: Definition. A $C^\infty$-...
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A simple question about the zeros of an Entire Function in LP-class

We know that functions in $\mathcal{LP}$-class, and only these, are uniform limits, on compact subsets of $\mathbb{C}$, of polynomials with only real zeros. Question: Does it means that these ...
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Locus of roots of all convex combinations of two monic polynomials

Let $p,q$ be monic polynomials in $\mathbb{C}[t]$ and for $\alpha \in [0,1]$, let $c_\alpha := \alpha p + (1-\alpha)q \in \mathbb{C}[t]$. Since the roots of a polynomial vary continuously with respect ...
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Are trivial zeros of the zeta function important?

Non-trivial zeros play an important (main) role in the distribution of prime numbers. Are there theorems in which trivial zeros play an important (main) role?
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How to obtain an asymptotic formula for the zeros of the Airy function ($a_i$ for large $i$)?

Let $a_i$ be the zeros of the Airy function, which is the solution top the ODE $y''-xy=0$, such that Ai(a_i)=0. According to WolframMathWorld e.g., $a_{1..4}= -2.33811, -4.08795, -5.52056, -6....
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Zeroes of a not quite holomorphic (but random if helpful) function

I’m interested in the zeroes of the complex function $f(z,\bar{z}) = p(z) + \frac{1}{log(|z|)} q(z)$ where both $p$ and $q$ are polynomials of the complex variable $z$ (and are therefore holomorphic)...
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smooth functional to detect whether a function has a zero

Does there exist a function $F : C^\infty(\mathbb{R}, [0, \infty)) \to \mathbb{R}$ with the following properties: $F(f) = 0$ if and only if there exists an $x \in [0,1]$ such that $f(x) = 0$. $F$ is ...
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Zeroes of trigonometric-like function

Consider a function $f(z)=\cos(z)\cosh(az)+\sin(z)\sinh(bz)$ for $z\in \mathbb{C}, a,b \in \mathbb{R}$. Denote $D\subseteq \mathbb{R}^2$ being the set of such pairs $(a,b)$ of parameters so that NOT ...