


Paper's Title:
Antiderivatives and Integrals Involving Incomplete Beta Functions with Applications
Author(s):
R. AlAhmad^{1,2} and H. Almefleh^{1}
Mathematics Department,
Yarmouk University,
Irbid 21163,
Jordan.
Email: rami_thenat@yu.edu.jo
Faculty of Engineering,
Higher Colleges of Technology,
Ras Alkhaimah,
UAE.
Abstract:
In this paper, we prove that incomplete beta functions are antiderivatives of several products and powers of trigonometric functions, we give formulas for antiderivatives for products and powers of trigonometric functions in term of incomplete beta functions, and we evaluate integrals involving trigonometric functions using incomplete beta functions. Also, we extend some properties of the beta functions to the incomplete beta functions. As an application for the above results, we find the moments for certain probability distributions.
Paper's Title:
Integrating Factors and First Integrals of a Class of Third Order Differential Equations
Author(s):
Mohammadkheer AlJararha
Department of Mathematics,
Yarmouk University,
Irbid 21163,
Jordan.
Email: mohammad.ja@yu.edu.jo
Abstract:
The principle of finding an integrating factor for a none exact differential equations is extended to a class of third order differential equations. If the third order equation is not exact, under certain conditions, an integrating factor exists which transforms it to an exact one. Hence, it can be reduced into a second order differential equation. In this paper, we give explicit forms for certain integrating factors of a class of the third order differential equations.
Paper's Title:
On Finding Integrating Factors and First Integrals for a Class of Higher Order Differential Equations
Author(s):
Mohammadkheer M. AlJararha
Department of Mathematics,
Yarmouk University,
Irbid, 21163,
Jordan.
Email: mohammad.ja@yu.edu.jo
Abstract:
If the $nth$ order differential equation is not exact, under certain
conditions, an integrating factor exists which transforms the differential
equation into an exact one. Thus, the order of differential equation can be
reduced to the lower order. In this paper, we present a technique for finding
integrating factors of the following class of differential equations:
Here, the functions F_{0},F_{1},F_{2},
…,F_{n} are assumed to be continuous
functions with their first partial derivatives on some simply connected domain
Ω ⊂ R^{n+1}.
We also presented some demonstrative examples
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