|Nov1-06, 01:13 PM||#1|
Boundary condition problem
[tex]\nabla ^2 u(r,\theta) = 0 [/tex]
with the boundary conditions
[tex]u(1,\theta) = u(2,\theta) = \sin^2 \theta [/tex]
have any solutions?
This was a problem on my exam but someone must have written the conditions wrong, or am I stupid?
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