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Missing Power Solving the PDE (Solution included)

  1. May 1, 2016 #1
    1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
    upload_2016-5-1_18-56-40.png

    2. Relevant equations


    3. The attempt at a solution
    integral[du]= Integral[xt ds]
    xt=18s2+3sT
    so,
    u=Integral[18s2+3sT]
    u=6s3+(3/2)s2T+C
    C=eT2

    This is what I did and the solution is below. I'm unsure where the missing power on the (3/2)sT went in the u(s,t) equation.

    upload_2016-5-1_19-4-41.png
     
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  3. May 2, 2016 #2

    SammyS

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    Let's make the initial image somewhat readable:
    upload_2016-5-2_9-28-36.png

    You reaaly need to give a complete statement of your problem in the body of your initial post. Here, are we to assume that you are asked to solve that PDE with the stated initial condition?
     
  4. May 3, 2016 #3
    The goal is to solve the cauchy pde.
     
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