Comments - A Beautiful Probability Theorem - Data Science Central2019-01-18T13:29:00Zhttps://www.datasciencecentral.com/profiles/comment/feed?attachedTo=6448529%3ABlogPost%3A499524&xn_auth=no@Michael: The zeta function i…tag:www.datasciencecentral.com,2016-12-22:6448529:Comment:5011492016-12-22T09:38:51.113ZVincent Granvillehttps://www.datasciencecentral.com/profile/VincentGranville
<p>@Michael: The zeta function is useful to generalize the result. For instance, if you consider numbers not divisible by a cube, the formula is the inverse of zeta of 3. Same if you consider numbers not divisible by a cube nor a square, or numbers not divisible by a fifth power, the zeta function becomes handy.</p>
<p>@Michael: The zeta function is useful to generalize the result. For instance, if you consider numbers not divisible by a cube, the formula is the inverse of zeta of 3. Same if you consider numbers not divisible by a cube nor a square, or numbers not divisible by a fifth power, the zeta function becomes handy.</p> The reciprocal of zeta of 2 t…tag:www.datasciencecentral.com,2016-12-20:6448529:Comment:5008152016-12-20T19:25:31.154ZMichael Caine Lanierhttps://www.datasciencecentral.com/profile/MichaelCaineLanier
<p>The reciprocal of zeta of 2 to 6/pi^2 is pretty hand wavy. You could have hand waved faster from step 1 to 1/zeta(2) with citing Euler.</p>
<p>The reciprocal of zeta of 2 to 6/pi^2 is pretty hand wavy. You could have hand waved faster from step 1 to 1/zeta(2) with citing Euler.</p>