# A New Approach for the Solution of Space-Time Fractional Order Heat-Like Partial Differential Equations by Residual Power Series Method

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https://doi.org/10.26713/cma.v10i3.626## Keywords:

Residual power series method, Space-time fractional partial differential equations, Caputo derivative## Abstract

The main concern of this article has been to apply the *Residual Power Series Method* (RPSM) effectively to find the exact solutions of fractional-order space-time dependent nonhomogeneous partial differential equations in the Caputo sense. Our first step is to reduce fractional-order space-time dependent non-homogeneous partial differential equations to fractional-order space-time dependent homogeneous partial differential equations before applying the proposed method. Obtaining fractional power series solutions of the problem and reproducing the exact solution is the main step. The illustrative examples reveal that RPSM is a very significant and powerful method for obtaining the solution of any-order time-space fractional non-homogeneous partial differential equations in the form of fractional power series.

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