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Gamma(n+1/2)

=(n+1/2-1)gamma(n+1/2-1)

=(n-1/2)gamma(n-1/2)

=(2n-1)/2 gamma (2 n-1)/2

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# Prove gamma (n+1/2) = (2n!pi^1/2)/(n!4^n) by induction

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