### 5.9.9 Derivatives of the DiGamma function : Psi

Psi takes as arguments a real a and an integer n (by
default n=0).

Psi returns the value of the n-th derivative of the DiGamma function
at x=a, where the DiGamma function is the first derivative
of ln(Γ(x)). This function is used to evaluated sums of
rational functions having poles at integers.

Input :

Psi(3,1)

Output :

pi`^`

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If n=0, you may use Psi(a) instead of Psi(a,0)
to compute the value of the DiGamma function at x=a.

Input :

Psi(3)

Output :

Psi(1)+3/2

Input :

evalf(Psi(3))

Output :

.922784335098