Hello, I have the following PDE equation:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

a*b/U(u)*V(v) = 0

where a and b are arbitrary constants, and U an V are two unknown functions. To me it appears this has no solution, however I would like to ask if anyone has some suggestions, such as transforming it to another type using Fourier or Laplace transform.

Thanks

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# A Transforming a PDE with Laplace method

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