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Juggler123

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is there some trick to doing this type of problem? I'm finding it really hard to do from first principles.

Any help would be great, thanks!

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Juggler123

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is there some trick to doing this type of problem? I'm finding it really hard to do from first principles.

Any help would be great, thanks!

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Consider the property of the gamma function:

[tex]\Gamma(z + 1) = z\Gamma(z)[/tex]

[tex]\Gamma(z + 1) = z\Gamma(z)[/tex]

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