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On the asymptotic behavior of solutions of second order nonhomogeneous difference equations. (English) Zbl 0702.39001

The asymptotic behaviour of solutions of the second order difference equations of the class like \(\Delta (r_ n\Delta x_ n)+f(n,x_ n,\Delta x_ n)=h_ n\) is studied. Some lemmas and theorems are correspondingly proved.
Reviewer: V.C.Boffi

MSC:

39A10 Additive difference equations
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