Re: help (with Bessel)

Ah, but that is not what bessely(4.5,6) in XL, gnumeric, and OO stands
bessely(4.5,6) is the value of the Bessel function Y of order 6 for


So replacing the order of the numbers should give the result he got in
Mathlab, right? This isn't the case.
bessely(6,4.5) gives you 0.09839.
Am I missing something?

Uri David

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