i was looking at the proof of and i deduced that expression must be true for the proof provided to be sound, the proof was not from a rigourous source so it may have cut corners & have botched up somewhere.
What makes sense if s is non-integer and n is positive integer is the following: . On the other hand, it is not uncommon to define for non-integer , in which case your expression is trivially true.
What makes sense if s is non-integer and n is positive integer is the following: . On the other hand, it is not uncommon to define for non-integer , in which case your expression is trivially true.