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hw5 [2012/10/19 14:31]
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hw5 [2012/10/24 15:07] (current)
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 **a)** Use separation of variables, and boundary conditions (which restrict the value of the separation constant) show that the general solution is **a)** Use separation of variables, and boundary conditions (which restrict the value of the separation constant) show that the general solution is
  
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 **b)** Is it okay that the general solution of a second order PDE has more than 2 linearly independent functions? **b)** Is it okay that the general solution of a second order PDE has more than 2 linearly independent functions?