Some Inequalities Associated with a Linear Operator Defined for a Class of Analytic Functions  
  Authors: S. R. Swamy,  
  Keywords: Analytic functions, Differential subordination, Ruscheweyh derivatives, Linear operator.  
  Date Received: 07/03/05  
  Date Accepted: 25/07/05  
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  Editors: Herb Silverman,  

In this paper, we give a sufficient condition on a linear operator $ L_p(a,c)g(z)$ which can guarantee that for $ alpha$ a complex number with $ func{Re}(alpha)>0$,

$displaystyle func{Re}left{(1-alpha)frac{L_p(a,c)f(z)}{L_p(a,c)g(z)}+alpha frac{L_p(a+1,c)f(z)}{L_p(a+1,c)g(z)}right }>rho,quad rho </DIV> in the unit disk <IMG WIDTH=, implies
$displaystyle func{Re}left {frac{L_p(a,c)f(z)}{L_p(a,c)g(z)} right }>rho^{^{prime}}>rho, quad zin E. $
Some interesting applications of this result are also given. ;

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