Special Functions in Mathematica

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3.2.11 Special Functions This is directly from "Special Functions" in the Mathematica Help Browser Mathematica includes all the common special functions of mathematical physics found in standard handbooks. We will discuss each of the various classes of functions in turn. One point you should realize is that in the technical literature there are often several conflicting definitions of any particular special function. When you use a special function inMathematica,therefore,you should be sure to look at the definition given here to confirm that it is exactly what you want. Gamma and Related Functions Beta[ a , b ] Euler beta function B H a , b L Beta[ z , a , b ] incomplete beta function B z H a , b L BetaRegularized[ z , a , b ] regularized incomplete beta function I H z , a , b L Gamma[ z ] Euler gamma function G H z L Gamma[ a , z ] incomplete gamma function G H a , z L Gamma[ a , z 0 , z 1 ] generalized incomplete gamma function G H a , z 0 L -G H a , z 1 L GammaRegularized[ a , z ] regularized incomplete gamma function
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2011 for the course ENGINEERIN MSE 310 taught by Professor Billknowlton during the Spring '10 term at Boise State.

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