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    hypergeometric function!

    the function

     f(\alpha, \beta, \gamma; x) =  \frac{\Gamma{\gamma}}{\Gamma \beta {\Gamma{\gamma - \beta}}}\int_{0}^{1} t^{\beta - 1} (1-t)^{\gamma - \beta - 1} (1-tx)^{- \alpha } dt

    please i need help on proving the function above.

    thanks
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    Re: hypergeometric function!

    Hi !
    there is nothing to prove since it is the integral definition of the Gauss hypergeometric function.
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