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Graphs of the Beta Function
Real parts of the special function
, the beta function, which was studied by Euler, Legendre, Binet, Whittaker, Watson, and others.
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Daniel de Souza Carvalho
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Here are two equivalent definitions of the beta function:
, where
is Euler's gamma function;
.
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Beta Function
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Beta
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Gamma Function
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Graphs of the Beta Function
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http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/GraphsOfTheBetaFunction/
Contributed by:
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