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    gamma functions

    Iam not sure if iam on the right forum

    prove that gamma n = integral ( limit 0-1 ) x^m log(1/x)^n dx

    Please i dont know much and help me
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    Quote Originally Posted by rafi98 View Post
    Iam not sure if iam on the right forum

    prove that gamma n = integral ( limit 0-1 ) x^m log(1/x)^n dx

    Please i dont know much and help me


    What definition do you have? \Gamma(x):=\displaystyle{\int\limits_0^\infty t^{x-1}e^{-t}dt} . Now try the substitution \displaystyle{\frac{1}{u}=e^t} , but

    anyway we don't get what you wrote. Please check this and write clearly your formulas.

    Tonio
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