Re: What is the limit of x Gamma[n,x] for x->Infinity?
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- Subject: [mg43992] Re: What is the limit of x Gamma[n,x] for x->Infinity?
- From: Bill Rowe <readnewscix at mail.earthlink.net>
- Date: Thu, 16 Oct 2003 04:17:13 -0400 (EDT)
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On 10/15/03 at 4:59 AM, xavier.brusset at free.fr (Xavier) wrote: > If Gamma[n,x] is the incomplete Gamma function, what is the limit of > that function times x when x tends to infinity? > At first blush this limit is indefinite since Gamma[n,x] ->0 when > x->Infinity. Huh??? If Gamma[n,x]->0 when x->Infinity then by definition, Limit[Gamma[n,x], x->Infinity] is 0. And sure enough, that is exactly what Mathematica returns -- To reply via email subtract one hundred and nine