Good Morning everybody, I'd like to show the equality By logarithmic differenciation(using Euler product for zeta), I get But I can't figure how to reach the last step, to the double sum. Could someone help me ? Thank you
Last edited by Klaus; May 3rd 2008 at 05:20 AM. Reason: LaTex error, thank you Isomorphism.
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Originally Posted by Klaus Good Morning everybody, I'd like to show the equality By logarithmic differenciation(using Euler product for zeta), I get But I can't figure how to reach the last step, to the double sum. Could someone help me ? Thank you Shouldnt it read ?? You are nearly there Can you see the geometric progression below?
Oh yeah, that's it ! I hadn't thought of geometric progessions Thank you very much Isomorphism(what a cool name!)
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