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1st May 2012 - 02:19 AM
We recently interviewed a team of mathematicians that are taking on one of math's great unsolved problems - the Riemann Hypothesis with a $1 million prize. If anyone is interested in reading the article, you can access it here: http://blog.zombal.com/post/a-quest-to-sol...s-great-puzzles
As many of your are qualified mathematicians, we'd like to hear any comments or feedback you have!
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