Euler integral

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In mathematics, there are two types of Euler integral:[1]

1. The Euler integral of the first kind is the beta function
2. The Euler integral of the second kind is the gamma function

For positive integers m and n, the two integrals can be expressed in terms of factorials and binomial coefficients:

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  1. ^ Jeffrey, Alan; and Dai, Hui-Hui (2008). Handbook of Mathematical Formulas 4th Ed. Academic Press. ISBN 978-0-12-374288-9. pp. 234–235

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