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The same process applied to the hypergeometric

The same process applied to the hypergeometric

**equation**[ 1 ] shows that ( a , y ; z ) satisfies the confluent hypergeometric**equation**d2 [ 7 ] d 0+ ( y - 2 ) φ– αφ = 0 . dz dz2 This**equation**has singularities at zero and infinity .Page 1528

The first of these algebraic

The first of these algebraic

**equations**, which is simply the characteristic**equation**of the differential**equation**... f being a solution of the original differential**equation**Lt = 0 , we find that L'f ' has rational coefficients ...Page 1529

The confluent hypergeometric

The confluent hypergeometric

**equation**has the characteristic**equation**a ? - = 0 , so that $ ( 1 ) = 0,5 ) = 1. Thus the Stokes lines for this**equation**are the positive and negative imaginary axes . Trying solutions of the form z - 1 ( 1 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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