In this study, complex differential equations are solved by using the Fourier transform. First, we separate the real and imaginary parts of the equation. Thus, from one unknown equation we obtain a system of two unknown equations. We obtain the Fourier transforms of real and imaginary parts of the solutions using the Fourier transform. Finally, we obtain the real and imaginary parts of the solution by using the inverse Fourier transform.

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Journal: International Journal of Applied Mathematics
Journal ISSN (Print): ISSN 1311-1728
Journal ISSN (Electronic): ISSN 1314-8060
Volume: 31
Issue: 1
Year: 2018

DOI: 10.12732/ijam.v31i1.2

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