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neutral differential equation; delayed argument; advanced argument
The aim of this paper is to deduce oscillatory and asymptotic behavior of the solutions of the $n-$th order neutral differential equation \[ (x(t)-px(t-\tau ))^{(n)}-q(t)x(\sigma (t))=0\,, \] where $\sigma (t)$ is a delayed or advanced argument.
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