By Manfred Reimer

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6). (/1 + 1f"-1 . ,X. (~~)IJ. rv ~ . 6. 16), (f-l + 1)2'x(1 - x 2)'xIC;(x)1 2 s: (f-l + 1)2'x (f-l ~ 2,X s: A2'x. 34) ki(A) s: x s: 1, and hence for -1 s: x s: 1, if we choose the constant k (A) 1 ki(A) = max {r(2A With x = cos ¢ this finishes the proof. + 1), A2'x}. 10 (Upper Bound for /C;(cos ¢)I). Let A :2: 1. Then a constant k2 (A) exists such that IC;(cos¢)1 s: k2(A) (f-l + 1),X-1(sin ¢)-,x holds for 0 < ¢ < 7r and arbitrary f-l E IN o. Proof. 6). Asymptotics of the Gegenbauer Zeros In this section, the positive zeros of C~ (cos ¢) are given, in more detailed notation, by o < 'l/J~,1 < 'l/J~,2 < ....

Oo). 5. Asymptotics 31 Proof. 24), and assume that )",+1,1 ::; )",,1 holds. Because of z'(O) = 0, z"(O) < 0, we get z'(x) < 0 for 0 < x < )",+1,1, while z'(x) > 0 holds in a right-side neighbourhood of )"'+1,1' But z(O) = 1 implies that z(x) is positive for 0 ::; x < )",,1 and must attain a positive relative minimum at )"'+1,1. However, z(x) vanishes at )",,1, so there must be a relative maximum between. 5. 25). Together this proves assertion (ii). Next let k E IN. 5. 27) in full by counting and comparing the location of the zeros )""k and )"'+l,k successively.

9 (Upper Bound for IC~(cos ¢)I). Let oX 2: 1. L E INo and ¢ E JR. Proof. Let u(x) := (1-x2)~C;(x). Since u is odd or even, it suffices to investigate u(x) for 0 ~ x ~ 1. 15) that u satisfies the differential equation (1 - x 2)u" - xu' with for 0 ~ x < 1. Now let us define U by + j(x)u = 0 Chapter 2. Gegenbauer Polynomials 34 for 0 ::; x < 1. Then we get, by the help of the differential equation of u, U'(x) = j'(x)u2 (x) ::; 0, again for 0 ::; x < 1. Therefore U(x) ::; U(O) is valid in this interval.