# airybi

airybi(x)

Airy function \$\operatorname{Bi}(x)\$.

## Examples

``````julia> airybi(1.0)
0.6149266274460006

julia> airybi(-2.5)
-0.1512444839669256

julia> airybi([0.5, 1.0, 1.5])
3-element Array{Float64,1}:
0.20780031953248778
0.6149266274460006
1.0716460301911006``````

The `airybi(x)` function returns the value of the Airy function Bi(x), also known as the second Airy function. It can be evaluated for a single value or an array of values.

Here are some common examples of using the `airybi` function:

1. Evaluate Airy function Bi(x) for a single value:

``````julia> airybi(1.0)
0.6149266274460006``````

This example computes the value of Bi(1.0).

2. Evaluate Airy function Bi(x) for a negative value:

``````julia> airybi(-2.5)
-0.1512444839669256``````

It calculates the value of Bi(-2.5).

3. Evaluate Airy function Bi(x) for an array of values:
``````julia> airybi([0.5, 1.0, 1.5])
3-element Array{Float64,1}:
0.20780031953248778
0.6149266274460006
1.0716460301911006``````

It computes the values of Bi(x) for each element in the array.

These examples demonstrate the usage of the `airybi` function in Julia.