Posted by **chelsea** on Monday, April 7, 2014 at 5:03pm.

the gamma function r(x) is defined by r(x)= integral from 0 to infinity of x^n-1(e^-1)dx where n>0. Use integration by parts to show that r(n+1)=nr(n).

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