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Hello,

If I have a homgeneous linear differential equation like this one (or any other eq):

$$y''(x)-y'(x)=0$$

And they give me these Dirichlet boundary conditions:

$$y(0)=y(1)=0$$

Can I transform them into a mixed boundary conditions?:

$$y(0)=y'(1)=0$$

I tried solving the equation, derivating it and using the original boundary conditions but I don't get anything.

Thak you

If I have a homgeneous linear differential equation like this one (or any other eq):

$$y''(x)-y'(x)=0$$

And they give me these Dirichlet boundary conditions:

$$y(0)=y(1)=0$$

Can I transform them into a mixed boundary conditions?:

$$y(0)=y'(1)=0$$

I tried solving the equation, derivating it and using the original boundary conditions but I don't get anything.

Thak you