how do you solve Reiman’s hypothesis?

Don't want to give spoilers, try it on your own first
Nobody knows. That's why we call it "the Riemann hypothesis" instead of "[Name]'s Theorem".
There are many equivalent statements to the Riemann hypothesis, some of which are very elementary (like, it's very easy to understand what it said), so if you want to give it a try you can look them up. But don't get your hope up though. It had evaded all attempts by mathematicians for over a century for a good reason.
I have a marvelous proof of this fact that is too long to fit into a reddit comment
Become one of the world's best mathematicians, the leading expert and practitioner in some area, and then be lucky enough that your chosen area leads to a proof, probably the first ever proof.  It may also help to be familiar with all the implications and equivalent statements of the hypothesis, and with all the previous attempts to prove the hypothesis.
the first step would be proving whether the hypothesis is true or not
You are supposed to show your attempts at solving the problem first, before we can help you by handing you over the solution
You use the Todd function!

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