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Re: hypergeometric function

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  • Subject: [mg12913] Re: [mg12857] hypergeometric function
  • From: "Jrgen Tischer" <jtischer at>
  • Date: Wed, 24 Jun 1998 03:44:34 -0400
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Selber Hello,

M. Abramowitz, I Stegun ed, Handbook of Mathematical Functions, Dover
p. 256:
Pochhammer's Symbol,


-----Original Message-----
From: Klamser <Klamser at>
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Subject: [mg12913] [mg12857] hypergeometric function

>in the Online-Help of Mathematica or in the Mathematica Book under
>Page #750 I can find the hypergeometric function Hypergeometric2F1[a,
>b, c, z]. I do not understand the definition:
>It say's:
>&nbsp; RowBox[{\(\[Null]\_2\), \(F\_1\), \((a, b; c; z)\), "=",
>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; UnderoverscriptBox["\[Sum]", \(k = 0\),
>"\[Infinity]", &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
>LimitsPositioning->True], \(\(\((a)\)\_k\) \((b)\)\_k\), "/",
>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; \(\((c)\)\_k\), " ", \(z\^k\), "/", \(k!\), "
>"}], TraditionalForm]\)
>The Sum Function uses the contsnts a, b and c wit the Index k. What
>does that mean??
>Greetings, Peter Klamser

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