Unformatted text preview: distributions you need to know the value o± a Gaussian integral. 2. In solving 4.6.2, don’t just plug into the given series ±or J ± 1 / 2 . Rather, start ±rom the beginning o± the Frobenius method. One point is that you will then see why there is no logarithm in the second solution! 3. At the bottom o± page 241 the book explains how to check your solutions to problem 12 using Maple, but i± you try this with 12(c) the answer given does not contain Bessel ±unctions? Why not? (This is not to be turned in—just to be thought about.) 1...
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2009 for the course 642 527 taught by Professor Speer during the Fall '07 term at Rutgers.
- Fall '07