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Homework Help: PDE problem

  1. Oct 2, 2006 #1
    hmmm i have no idea where to even start with this problem, i cannot find any examples that are similar or anything like that anywhere!

    http://img147.imageshack.us/img147/2319/picture18ur9.png [Broken]

    anyone got an idea as to a good first step to take?


    sarah :)

    edit: i tryed something wild and came up with http://img470.imageshack.us/img470/7415/picture22tm5.png [Broken] but i didnt use any knowlage of PDE's to work that out....hmmm.... :S
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  3. Oct 3, 2006 #2
    how did you get your answer??
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  4. Oct 3, 2006 #3
    i just differentiated u(x,y) with respect to x then respect to y and that gave me A(u)

    but doesn't that seem to simple? i mean, there is no PDE stuff involved really... :S
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