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Oscillatory Behavior of Solutions for Forced Second Order Nonlinear Functional Integro-Dynamic Equations on Time Scales

PP: 105-111
doi:10.18576/jant/040204
Author(s)
H. A. Agwa, Ahmed M. M. Khodier, Heba A. Hassan,
Abstract
In this paper, we deal with the oscillatory behavior of forced second order nonlinear functional integro-dynamic equations of the form (r(t)xD (t))D = e(t) p(t)xg (t (t))+Z t 0 k(t, s) f (s, x(t (s)))D s, and (r(t)xD (t))D = e(t)+ p(t)x(t (t))−Z t 0 k(t, s) f (s, x(t (s)))D s, on time scales T, where r(t), p(t) and e(t) are right dense continuous (rd-continuous) functions on T. Oscillation behavior of these equations dose not studied before. Our results improve and extend some results established by Grace et al. [13]. We also give some examples to illustrate our main results.

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