The following integral came up in one of my applications:
$P_n(x)$ is a Legendre polynomial,
$T_k(x)$ is a Chebyshev polynomial, and
$n$ are nonnegative integers.
I want to ask if there might be a closed-form representation for this integral. I have a feeling it will involve gamma functions and Pochhammer symbols, but I seem to be unable to figure out how to proceed.
Alternatively, since I am aware that Legendre polynomials can be expressed as a linear combination of Chebyshev polynomials, it might be easier to instead simplify the integral
or in trigonometric form
but I do not know of any closed form for this either.
I have already tried looking in Abramowitz and Stegun, the DLMF, Gradshteyn and Ryzhik, and the Wolfram functions site to no avail.
I had neglected to exploit the identity
when I first formulated my question. I now amend my question to asking for a closed form for
of which the only fact I know about it is that it is 0 if
$j<n$ by virtue of the orthogonality of the Legendre polynomial.)