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Potential of a Rectangular Pipe by Laplace's Equation

  1. Mar 5, 2016 #1
    1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

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    2. Relevant equations
    Is my part a correct and am I on the right track for part b? If not please give me some suggestions to get me closer to the right track. Also, how would I even begin c.? We have literally done no examples like this in class.

    3. The attempt at a solution
    Solution to a.)
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    For b. I simply took -(del) on it. But I have no idea how to graph my solution. Is there a better way to approach this?




    ON A SEPARATE NOTE, ARE WE STILL ABLE TO DO LATEX ON HERE? I THINK THERE USED TO BE AN EDITOR AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE FOR TESTING YOUR WRITING IN BEFORE LOADING IT TO THIS FORM.
     
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  3. Mar 6, 2016 #2

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    I would be a lot more helpful if you posted your work. I'm much more inclined to look over your work and see if you did it correctly rather than spending the time to do the problem on my own from scratch to see if my answer matches yours.

    Yes, you can still do LaTeX on here. Under the text box, there's a link to a LaTeX guide.
     
  4. Mar 8, 2016 #3

    Yes, next time I'll need to upload some scans, there was quite a bit of work to type out. I had about 4 pages of work, lol, and I really didn't want to do it in standard script - gets really really messy. I wish the latex preview box was still down at the bottom. But I think I've figured this problem out in the meantime. :D Thanks for looking at least. I'll put up my work etc.. if it's wrong when it gets returned.
     
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