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Jungck’s common fixed point theorem and E.A property

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We prove that (E.A) property buys the required containment of range of one mapping into the range of other in common fixed point considerations up to a pair of mappings. While proving our results, we utilize the idea of implicit functions due to Popa, keeping in view their unifying power.

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This research is supported by U.G.C., India under Project No. F.30-246/2004(SR)

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Imdad, M., Ali, J. Jungck’s common fixed point theorem and E.A property. Acta. Math. Sin.-English Ser. 24, 87–94 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10114-007-0990-0

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