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Where is the proof of a generalized integral for integer heights?
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I am not sure it is correct at all, that is why I am asking for the proof. I think it's likely someone found that old paper with the unproven conjecture and stuck it on wikipedia without reading it carefully.
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RE: Where is the proof of a generalized integral for integer heights? - by Chenjesu - 03/03/2019, 08:55 AM

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