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If y=x/(x 2 +a 2 ) then prove that y n =((-1) n n! / a n+1 ) cos(n+1) θ sin n+1 θ where theta=tan -1 (x/a)

If y=x/(x2+a2) then prove that yn=((-1)nn! / an+1 ) cos(n+1)θ sinn+1θ where theta=tan-1(x/a) 

Grade:12th pass

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Vikas TU
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3 years ago
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