Some numerical graphs with successive approximation method of fractional integro–differential equation
This paper studies the existence and uniqueness solution of fractional integro-differential equation, by using some numerical graphs with successive approximation method of fractional integro –differential equation. The results of written new program in Mat-Lab show that the method is very interested and efficient. Also we extend the results of Butris .
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