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I have an asignment due to the end of this week and due to some problems, i hadn't found time to get to it so far.

I have to calculate the exact solution of the Laplace equation in polar coordinates, in a hollow disk in the domain Ω

where R1<=r<=R2 and 0<=θ<=2π

and with the following boundary conditions

φ(R1,θ)=0 and φ(R2,θ)=sin2θ

I would be in debt to anyone who can assist me or refer me to a link that can be helpful

[edit] unfortunately i didn't see soon enough the 2nd sticky :( please move my post to the right thread..I'm sorry for the inconvinience..

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# Homework Help: Laplace solution in polar coordinates

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