Approximation Theory on Summability of Fourier Series
The results of Chandra to (e,c) means U.K.Shrivastava and S.K.Verma have proved the following theorem
THEOREM : Let . Then
Where is nth (e, c) means of fourier series of f at x.
In this paper we obtain the Fourier series by (N,p,q)(E,1) which is the analogues to the (e , c) means given above .The theorem is as follows
THEOREM: Let and be the positive monotonic, non increasing sequence of real numbers be summable (N,p,q)(E,1) to f(x) at the point t=x is
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