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AN APPLICATION OF A HYPERGEOMETRIC DISTRIBUTION SERIES ON CERTAIN ANALYTIC FUNCTIONS ASSOCIATEDBWITH INTEGRAL OPERATOR.

Byline: Qaisar Mehmood, Waqas Nazeer and Absar Ul Haq

ABSTRACT

The main purpose of this current note is to introduce a Hypergeometric distribution series in associated with integral operator and obtain necessary and sufficient conditions for this integral related series belonging to the classes and T ( , ) and C( , ) .

Keywords-: Analytic function, Univalent function, hyper geometric distribution.

1. INTRODUCTION

Let A denote the class of functions f of the form

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which are analytic in the unit dics Eqs. and 1 D z z Eqs. and satisfy the normalization condition (0) (0) 1 f f Eqs. Further, we denote by S the subclass of A consisting of functions of the form (1.1) which are univelant in D and let T be the class of S consisting of the function of the form

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for all (0 1) Eqs.(0 1) Eqs. for all z D Eqs. . We also consider C Eqs. Eqs. be the subclass of T consisting of the functions satisfying the following condition

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Both Eqs. T Eqs. and C Eqs. are extensively studied by Altinates and Owa[1] and certain conditions for hypergeometric function and generalized Bessel functionf for these classes were studied by Mostafa[2] and Porwal and Dixit[3].

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It is worthy to note that (0, ) Eqs. T T Eqs. be the class starlike functions of order (0 1) Eqs. , and C(0, ) CEqs. Eqs. the class convex functions of order Eqs.. The hyper geometric distribution ( , N, ) f k m is defined

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Note: Here 0,1,2,...,min Eqs. n k m N k m n Eqs. and ( , N, ) 0 if minEqs. or . f k m n k m N k m n Eqs. We introduce a power series whose coffecients are probabiliteis of hyper geometric distribution

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Motivated by results on connection between various subclasses of analytic functions by using the hypergeometric function by many author particularly the authors (see[5]- [10]) and generalized Bessel functions (see [12]- [13]), S.Porrwal [4] obtained the necessary and sufficient conditions for a functions ( , ) F m z defined by using the poisson distribution belong to the class ( , ) T and ( , ) C . In this article, we give the analogous conditions an integral operator ( , , , ) H k N m z defined by the hypergeometric distribution belong to the ( , ) T and C .

To establish our main results, we will require the following lemmas according to Altintas and Owa [1].

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