Volume 3,  Issue 2, 2002

Article 18



E-Mail: bgpachpatte@hotmail.com

Received 11 July, 2001; 13 November, 2001.
Communicated by: S.S. Dragomir

ABSTRACT.   The aim of this paper is to establish explicit bounds on certain retarded integral inequalities which can be used as convenient tools in some applications. The two independent variable generalisations of the main results and some applications are also given.
Key words:
Retarded integral inequalities, Explicit bounds, Two independent variable generalisations, Qualitative study, Nondecreasing, Change of variable, Integrodifferential equation, Uniqueness of solutions.

2000 Mathematics Subject Classification:
26D15, 26D20.

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