Hypergeometric Functions on Cumulative Distribution Function

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Pooja Singh


Exponential functions have been extended to Hypergeometric functions. There are many functions which can be expressed in hypergeometric function by using its analytic properties. In this paper, we will apply a unified approach to the probability density function and corresponding cumulative distribution function of the noncentral chi square variate to extract and derive hypergeometric functions.

Generalized hypergeometric functions, cumulative distribution theory, chi-square distribution on non-centrality parameter

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Singh, P. (2019). Hypergeometric Functions on Cumulative Distribution Function. Asian Research Journal of Mathematics, 13(4), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.9734/arjom/2019/v13i430114
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