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I'm a newb to these forums, and I'm having some difficulties with my senior thesis and was hoping someone here might be able to help or at least point me in the right direction.

I have the following PDE system:

dx/dp = - g(s) * dy/ds

dy/dp = g(s) * dx/ds

with initial conditions x(s,0) = x0(s) and y(s,0) = y0(s) and arbitrary g(s).

I can solve it in the case of g(s) = 1, but am not sure how to solve it under any other value of g(s).

Thank You.,

Eric

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# Help With Senior Thesis

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