Degree of Approximation of a Function Belonging to Lip(x (t), r) Class by (E,1)(C,2) Summability Means
AbstractIn this paper, we determine the degree of approximation of a function f belonbing to Â Lip(x (t), r) , where xi(t) is nonnegative and increasing function of t, by (E,1)(C,2) product operator on Fourier series associated with f.
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