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    integration of "incomplete beta" ^ (n-1)

    first:
    can you help me to integrate

    [z^(q-1)]*[(1-z)^(p-1)]*{[(z^-(1/c)-1)^(1/a)]^s}*{(Beta[z,q,p])^(j-1)}*{(Beta[1-z,p,q])^(n-j)} dz

    where 0<z<1 and B[z,p,q] is the incomplete beta



    Second
    can we transform "Sum{[(p-1)! * (-1)^k * B[cq+ck-s/a , s/a +1] ] / k! * (p-1-k)!} from k=0 to k=infinity " to a hypergeomtric form ?


    noted that: q,p,c,a >0
    s=1,2,3,...
    n=1,2,3,..
    j=1,2,...,n




    Any hints, suitable resources or and help is greatly appreciated.

    Thank you in advance
    Last edited by amani; November 25th 2012 at 02:14 PM.
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    Re: integration of "incomplete beta" ^ (n-1)

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