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By Abdul-Majid Wazwaz

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In this example, α(x) = 0, β(x) = x, hence α′(x) = 0, β′(x) = 1, and Leibniz rule (55), we find Example 3. Find . Using . Proceeding as before, we find that We now turn to our main goal to convert a Volterra integral equation to an equivalent differential equation. This can be easily achieved by differentiating both sides of the integral equation, noting that Leibniz rule should be used in differentiating the integral as stated above. The differentiating process should be continued as many times as needed until we obtain a pure differential equation with the integral sign removed.

The obtained series form may converge to a closed form solution, if such a solution exists. Otherwise the truncated series solution may be used for numerical purposes. To get an exact solution, it is normal that we practise for the determination of this solution using Taylor series. In what follows, we study three examples only, and most of the integral equations will lead to these series. Example 3. Find the closed form function for the following series This series can be rewritten in the form that will converge to the exact form Example 4.

Example 1. Find the Taylor series generated by f(x) = cos x at x = 0. We list the exponential function and its derivatives as follows: and so on. This gives the Taylor series for cos x by and in a compact form by Similarly, we can easily show that and in a compact form by Example 2. Find the Taylor series generated by f(x) = sin x at x = 0. Proceeding as before we find and so on. This gives the Taylor series for sin x by and in a compact form by In a similar way we can show and in a compact form by In Appendix C, the Taylor series for many well known functions generated at x = 0 are given.

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