where is an arbitrary real number and the product extends over all prime numbers . The Euler identity also holds for all complex numbers with .
The Euler identity can be generalized in the form
which holds for every totally-multiplicative arithmetic function for which the series is absolutely convergent.
Another generalization of the Euler identity is the formula
for the Dirichlet series
corresponding to the modular functions
of weight , which are the eigen functions of the Hecke operator.
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Euler identity. S.A. Stepanov (originator), Encyclopedia of Mathematics. URL: http://www.encyclopediaofmath.org/index.php?title=Euler_identity&oldid=11612