Research Article

Year 2012,
Volume: 9 Issue: 1, - , 01.02.2012
### Abstract

### Keywords

### References

By means of fractional calculus techniques, we find explicit solutions of the

Gegenbauer equation. We use the N-fractional calculus operator Nη method to derive the

solutions of these equations.

Fractional calculus Gegenbauer equation ordinary differential equation generalized Leibniz rule

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Year 2012,
Volume: 9 Issue: 1, - , 01.02.2012
### Abstract

### References

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Publication Date | February 1, 2012 |

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