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Integral equation

by LagrangeEuler
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LagrangeEuler
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Dec6-12, 04:30 PM
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In method of resolvent Volterra integral equation
[tex]K_{n+1}(x,t)=\int^x_t dqK(x,q)K_{n}(q,z)[/tex]

Is that the same as

[tex]K_{n+1}(x,t)=\int^x_t dqK_2(x,q)K_{n-1}(q,t)[/tex]
?

Thanks for the answer.
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