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## Homework Statement

Prove J(-m) = [(-1)^m][J(m)]

(Note: by "J(-m)" I mean "subscript (-m)")

## Homework Equations

J(-m) = sum [((-1)^n) * (x/2)^(2n-m)]/[n! [tex]\Gamma[/tex](n - m + 1)]

J(m) should be obvious.

## The Attempt at a Solution

I tried just plugging in the above formulas hoping to get a simplified answer, but I know I'm missing something in that denominator.