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If it could be integrated then that would be the definition of the gamma function, not the integral.
Isn't there any way to intigrate?
Finding that integral is pretty difficult. You need to find an approximation with Taylor series, and the answer is not particularly nice...
How do I find i !,I know it is done by integral found in gamma function,but i cannot integrate it,please help.(additionally,I am a little bad in calculus)