## Table of contents for The Riemann hypothesis : the greatest unsolved problem in mathematics / Karl Sabbagh.

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Prologue 3
1: Prime Time 13
2: "Gorgeous stuff" 30
3: New Numbers for Old 46
4: Indian Summer 63
5: "Very probably" 85
6: Proofs and Refutations 104
7: The Bieberbach Conjecture 116
8: In Search of Zeros 132
9: The Princeton Tea Party 148
10: A Driven Man 163
11: The Physics of Mathematics 177
12: A Laudable Aim 188
13: "No simple matter" 202
14: Taking a Critical Line 214
15: Abstract Delights 231
16: Discovered or Invented? 249
17: "What's it all about?" 263
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1 Logarithms and Exponents 279
2 Equations 284
3 Infinite Series 288
4 The Euler Identity 292
5 Graphs in Math 297
6 Matrices and Eigenvalues 302
Appendix: De Branges's Proof 311
Notes 319
Further Reading 327
The Mathematicians 329
Acknowledgments 331
Index 333

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Numbers, Prime, Number theory, Riemann, Bernhard, 1826-1866