I Found Out How to Differentiate Factorials!
I Found Out How to Differentiate Factorials! 10th Edition

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Question Transcribed Image Text:4.62. Evaluate the derivative of the Gamma function and see dT'(x) r”(x) = dx ‘(In t)e¯’dt Transcribed Image Text:and then show that at x= 1 T'(1) = -y where y 0.5772 is Euler’s constant 1 y = lim (1+ In(n)

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