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In this short note, using refinements of Jordan’s inequality and an integral expression of ς(3), the lower and upper bounds of ς(3) are obtained, and some related results are improved

Topics:
0102 Applied Mathematics, 0103 Numerical and Computational Mathematics, Research Group in Mathematical Inequalities and Applications (RGMIA), lower and upper bounds, Riemann zeta function, Jordan inequality

Publisher: School of Communications and Informatics, Faculty of Engineering and Science, Victoria University of Technology

Year: 2001

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