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Oscillatory solutions of n ‐th order advanced trinomial differential equations

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The paper deals with the oscillatory behavior of the n‐th order linear three‐terms advanced differential equation

Assuming nonoscillation of the auxiliary ( n 1 ) ‐th order differential equation

two types of easily verifiable criteria for oscillation of the studied equation are derived to fill the gap proposed by in the theory of oscillation.

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