This is the Legendre differential equation. Use a power series solution.
-Dan
This is the Legendre differential equation. Use a power series solution.
-Dan
I'm not getting your recursion relation. Let me briefly plot out my own work. I am putting l(l + 1) = 90.
So
Change the dummy variable in the first term:
(Note that the first two terms of the first sum are 0. So relabeling...)
Or (Thank God for cut and paste!)
Giving
-Dan
ok so in this problem i think i am getting it, i just need help simplifying the problem down..
here is the problem..
this is what i got so far....
i need to get this problem down to where i can solve for
[IMG]a_{n+2}[/IMG]
any help would be greatly appreciated...
Let's suppose to search a solution in the form...
(1)
... and to know the 'initial conditions' and ... the others are found from the DE as follows...
... and so one...
Please revise my computation [and also try to procede...] because an 'old wolf' like me doesn't excell in computation ...
Kind regards
Is there something wrong with your original thread?
Please do not double post. If you have more questions about a problem then post them in the original thread.
-Dan
[MODERATOR EDIT]: I have merged the threads.