# 0.5

This number is neither prime nor composite.

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The one million dollar prize worth and one-and-a-half century old unsolved problem due to Bernard Riemann, (and central to formally apprehend the distribution of primes) hinges over the conjecture that the function zeta(s) has its nontrivial zeros on the complex plane distributed on the critical line Re(s)=0.5. [Beedassy]

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