I am 50 years old and have maths and stats A levels (1985)

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I am 50 years old and have maths and stats A levels (1985)

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I am 50 years old and have maths and stats A levels (1985) and a degree in computer science. I have a general interest in popular science and maths and physics in particular. I recently read a book about the riemann hypothesis and would like to get deeper into the subject. Is there an ordered list of topics that I should study to get to a full understanding of the subject? eg Exponents Logs, Calculus Infinite series...Or some recommended reading on the subject?

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