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Hello I am given the equation:
ut - 2uxx = u
I was given other equations (boundary, eigenvalue equations) but i don't think I need that to solve this first part:
The book says to get rid of the zeroth order term by substituting u = exp(t)V(x,t). I tried to but I can't find a way to get rid of the zeroth order term! Any help would be appreciated.