Ghulam Muhammad,Sadaqat Hussain,



Time scales,Anderson’s inequality,∇ - differentiable,


Basically, time scale calculus is the theory of unification of traditional calculus with that calculus of difference i.e. discrete calculus. Time Scale Calculus is a field of discussion in the area of traditional analysis of mathematics. It focuses on the dynamic system which has a lot of applications in various fields of life. Calculus of time scales is a valuable field due to numerous applications in covid-19 disease cases. Notably, Time scale calculus has a long relation with mathematical inequalities that can be discussed with fractional calculus. The Anderson Integral Inequality, which provides a lower constraint for the integration of convex mapping in the form of the averages of each constituent, is described in this research paper on ∇- time-scale calculus. On ∇-time scale we formulated Anderson’s integral inequality as given below: if φ_j (j=1,….,α) accomplish some appropriate cases.


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