(Here, , , and are complex constants.)
The solutions of this equation may be expressed in terms of the hypergeometric function, hence the name.
The hypergeometric equation is a Fuchsian differential equation with singularities at , , and . By a suitable change of variables, any second order Fuchsian differential equation may be converted into a hypergeometric equation.
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