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Master’s thesis discussion on the use of integral transformations to solve differential equations without initial conditions

In the College of Education for Girls, a master’s thesis was discussed by researcher Fatima Abdul-Mahdi Al-Muzaffar from the Department of Mathematics tagged with (the use of integrative transformations to solve differential equations without preliminary conditions).
The researcher said that during her study, she extracted general formulas for solutions by using the Shehu transform at the initial conditions known and unknown, and this transformation was applied to the convolution theorem.
She added that she used the Shehu Mitama transformation, which appeared in 2019, to solve systems of differential equations when initial conditions defined and not defined.
The letter was supervised by Prof. Dr. Azraa Nehme Albu Khattar, and the Chairman of the discussion committee participated in it electronically via the Zoom app.

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