http://journaljamcs.com/index.php/JAMCS/issue/feedJournal of Advances in Mathematics and Computer Science2019-12-08T07:19:36+00:00Journal of Advances in Mathematics and Computer Sciencecontact@journaljamcs.comOpen Journal Systems<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Journal of Advances in Mathematics and Computer Science (ISSN: 2456-9968) </strong>aims to publish original research articles, review articles and short communications, in all areas of mathematics and computer science. Subject matters cover pure and applied mathematics, mathematical foundations, statistics and game theory, use of mathematics in natural science, engineering, medicine, and the social sciences, theoretical computer science, algorithms and data structures, computer elements and system architecture, programming languages and compilers, concurrent, parallel and distributed systems, telecommunication and networking, software engineering, computer graphics, scientific computing, database management, computational science, artificial Intelligence, human-computer interactions, etc. This is a quality controlled, OPEN peer reviewed, open access INTERNATIONAL journal.</p>http://journaljamcs.com/index.php/JAMCS/article/view/30213Demonstration of the Importance of Factoring in Solving a Fundamental Equation Involving the Riemann Zeta Function2019-12-08T07:19:36+00:00Bibek Baran Nagbibek010101@gmail.com<p>The author presents a simple approach which can be used to tackle various special cases of some well-known problems involving zeta functions. A self-contained argument, which requires only basic prerequisite mathematical knowledge, is used to furnish a new proof of a result involving the Riemann zeta function which can help in settling more general conjectures.</p>2019-11-22T00:00:00+00:00##submission.copyrightStatement##http://journaljamcs.com/index.php/JAMCS/article/view/30211On Fermat's Last Theorem2019-12-08T07:19:36+00:00Bibek Baran Nagbibek010101@gmail.com<p>The author presents a simple approach which can be used to tackle some well-known Diophantine problems. A self-contained argument is used to furnish a novel proof of one such result first stated by Pierre de Fermat in the 1630s.</p>2019-11-22T00:00:00+00:00##submission.copyrightStatement##