Consider the following fuzzy fractional

integrodifferential equation:

The -3-order CH equation can be written as the following

integrodifferential equation:

The one-step methods are required for finding the first starting point at [x.sup.n+1] since Volterra

integrodifferential equations of the second kind have two types of kernels.

As an application, we study the existence of solutions for a class of nonlinear Volterra

integrodifferential equations Finally, we give an illustrative example to verify the effectiveness and applicability of our results.

We study the following class of fractional Fredholm

integrodifferential equations of the form

Pachpatte, On Volterra and Fredholm type

integrodifferential equations, Tamusi Oxford J.

In this work the equation under consideration is nonlinear Volterra-Fredholm

Integrodifferential equation of the type subject to the conditions the first order derivative of u with respect to t, p is any positive integer l1 And l2 , are constants and f (x ), k1 (x , t) and k 2 (x , t) are the functions having nth derivative on an interval a [?] x , b [?] t such that a and b are constants.

This is an

integrodifferential equation of Volterra type (VIDE).

In this paper, we consider one-dimensional partial

integrodifferential equation of diffusion type which is given as follows:

Consider Fredholm-Volterra

integrodifferential equationBecker, Principal matrix solutions and variation of parameters for a Volterra

integrodifferential equation and its adjoint, Electron.

[62] studied weighted pseudo almost automorphic solutions of the fractional

integrodifferential equation