I'm writing a paper which includes a treatment of the gamma function, and I am taking suggestions for non-elementary formulae involving the gamma function. I have the usual limit of a product definition, two infinite products, the usual improper integrals for Re[z]>0, the Guass multiplication formula, Stirling's asymptotic series for complex arguements, the Bohr-Mollerup Thm, the Residues at the poles... did I miss anything?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Any non-elementary gamma fcn formulas?

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