1. Mar 24, 2005

### amph1bius

I can't for the life of me figure out how to do this. I've heard its pretty straightforward given the code on the webpage. (All is needed is that you modify the code)

This is the assignment:

http://www.math.mcmaster.ca/~bprotas/MATH4Q03a/hw5.pdf [Broken]

I'll pay money for the solution if you like that incentive :)

The various snippets can be found at:

http://www.math.mcmaster.ca/~bprotas/MATH4Q03a/

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2. Mar 24, 2005

nevermind.

You're lucky you get to take such a fun class. I hope I get to help you.

I see you have the heat equation. That's a fun one. I'm not sure about that first one though. Is that $$\Delta$$ supposed to be a $$\nabla$$ or a $$\nabla^2$$? If not, you'll have to explain that equation to me.

What exactly is your problem with the assignment? What have you gotten so far?

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3. Mar 24, 2005

### Dr Transport

$$\Delta = \nabla^{2}$$