Show that I v (x) is real for all real x (and real v), I v ≠ 0 for all real x ≠ 0, and I -n (x) = I n (x), where n is any integer.

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Show that Iv(x) is real for all real x (and real v), Iv ≠ 0 for all real x ≠ 0, and I-n(x) = In(x), where n is any integer.

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