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If one solution (y_1) to a

**second**-order ordinary differential equation y^('')+P(x)y^'+Q(x)y=0 (1) is known, the other (y_2) may be found using the so-called reduction of ...The

**second**Napoleon point N^', also called the inner Napoleon point, is the concurrence of lines drawn between polygon vertices of a given triangle DeltaABC and the opposite ...The theorem in set theory and logic that for all sets A and B, B=(A intersection B^_) union (B intersection A^_)<=>A=emptyset, (1) where A^_ denotes complement set of A and ...

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**second**Steiner circle (a term coined here for the first time) is the circumcircle of the Steiner triangle DeltaS_AS_BS_C. Its center has center function ...The

**second**Brocard Cevian triangle is the Cevian triangle of the**second**Brocard point. It has area Delta_2=(2a^2b^2c^2)/((a^2+b^2)(b^2+c^2)(c^2+a^2))Delta, where Delta is the ...The

**second**Brocard point is the interior point Omega^' (also denoted tau_2 or Z_2) of a triangle DeltaABC with points labeled in counterclockwise order for which the angles ...H_n^((2))(z)=J_n(z)-iY_n(z), (1) where J_n(z) is a Bessel function of the first kind and Y_n(z) is a Bessel function of the

**second**kind. Hankel functions of the**second**kind ...The spherical Bessel function of the

**second**kind, denoted y_nu(z) or n_nu(z), is defined by y_nu(z)=sqrt(pi/(2z))Y_(nu+1/2)(z), (1) where Y_nu(z) is a Bessel function of the ...The spherical Hankel function of the

**second**kind h_n^((1))(z) is defined by h_n^((2))(z) = sqrt(pi/(2x))H_(n+1/2)^((2))(z) (1) = j_n(z)-in_n(z), (2) where H_n^((2))(z) is the ...The

**second**solution Q_l(x) to the Legendre differential equation. The Legendre functions of the**second**kind satisfy the same recurrence relation as the Legendre polynomials. ......