## Analytic Number Theory: Proceedings by Knopp M.I. (ed.)

By Knopp M.I. (ed.)

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321, no. 15) and [34, pp. 5)] 1 1 ζ (s) = − − log(2π )s + · · · . 17) where in the last step we used the equality αβ = π 2 . 14) to complete the proof. 30 Bruce C. 1 (p. 254). If a > 0, ∞ x(e2π x 0 = a π2 dx =2 − 1)(e2πa/x − 1) ∞ n=1 ∞ √ d(n)K 0 (4π an ) n=1 1 1 + 4 4π 2 a d(n) log(a/n) 1 − γ− 2 a2 − n2 log a − log(2π ) . 1) Proof. 1). 1) was actually first proved in print in 1966 by Soni [32]. 4). We use her idea to prove the second major claim of Ramanujan on page 254. In contrast to the claims on the top and bottom thirds of page 254, the one claim in the middle of page 254 seems to be missing one element, and so we shall proceed as we think Ramanujan might have done.

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