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I was following this derivation of the solution to the Laplacian in spherical polars. I was wondering where the two equations ##\lambda_{1} + \lambda_{2} = -1## and ##\lambda_{1}\lambda_{2} = -\lambda## come from? Thanks.

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# I Question about solution to Laplacian in Spherical Polars

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