## The Domain of the Riemann Zeta Function on the Complex Plane

**Authors:** Armando M. Evangelista Jr.

The Riemann zeta-function is one of the most studied complex function in mathematics. Riemann in his 1859 paper On the Number of Prime Numbers less than a Given Quantity [1] claimed that the analytic continuation of the zeta-function extends its domain over the entire complex plane except at s = 1. But, as I’ve shown in my two papers: A Short Disproof of the Riemann Hypothesis [2] and Riemann’s Functional Equation is Not a Valid Function and Its Implication on the Riemann Hypothesis [3], the zeta-function is only defined on the right half-plane. It is the purpose of this present work to precisely locate the domain of this function on the right half-plane.

**Comments:** I’ve made a mistake on the starting value for k in the double sum on pages 2 and 3, it should start at k =1.

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[v1] 2018-08-31 10:12:33

[v2] 2018-09-01 16:01:06

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