Ram Vriksh posted an Question
March 30, 2022 • 22:37 pm 30 points
  • CSIR NET
  • Physical Sciences

N+1 n - pme (1- x)p = (n+ 1)(xp,- pne1) proof: from point (3) p n (n + 1)p and from point (2) np. = xp p multiplying equation (15) by x and changing n to n - n

n+1 n - Pme (1- x)P = (n+ 1)(xP,- Pne1) Proof: From point (3) P n (n + 1)P and from point (2) nP. = xP P Multiplying equation (15) by x and changing n to n - n n+1 n n n n-1 nP-xP (1-x)P = +xnP nP = n(xP- P.) = - P+ nxP n n-1 n-1 n-1 nP n-1 n-1 n

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  • Dr suman 1 Best Answer

    where you are facing the problem. this is simple proof of legendre polynomial.tell me where you are unble to solve

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