Please Show How To These Hermite Polynomials With RecursionAnnotation</h1

We did not give a precise definition of Hermite polynomials H, ($) in class, but one precise,
albeit indirect, definition is to require the coefficients a; in
n
H,(g) = ajg
j=0
to satisfy the recursion relation
aj+2
2j+1 -K
2(j – n)
( + 1) (j+2)
jquot; (+1)(+2)
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where we have used K = 2n + 1 in the final equality, as well as fixing the highest-power
coefficient an to be 2quot; and the second-highest-power coefficient an-1 to be 0. This definition
makes it clear that the stationary solutions to the harmonic oscillator should involve H, ().
but it is perhaps not a very handy definition. A much more direct definition is to provide
an explicit expression:
(-1)7-4
n!
(20)! (9 – 0)!
(25) 26,
for even n.
H (() =
n!
IM.
(-1) 7
(20 + 1)! (121 – 0)!
(25)24+1, for odd n.
Verify the explicit expression above satisfies the indirect definition stated earlier (so that
we can be sure that the two definitions agree).Science