In this paper, we prove a few non-unique fixed-point results of mapping on a set with bi-metrics using θ – contraction. We also give an example that justifies our results. In the literature, our result generalized many results.
Keywords: Fixed point, θ–contraction, Bi-metric, Non-unique fixed point, Bi-metric space.
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