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lehel

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**wave equation -- vector notation**

what does the solution to the SE look like if expressed in vector notation? say if we just used phi as a function of x and t.

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lehel

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what does the solution to the SE look like if expressed in vector notation? say if we just used phi as a function of x and t.

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Depends on the boundary conditions.what does the solution to the SE look like if expressed in vector notation? say if we just used phi as a function of x and t.

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can you give an example of a vector function with a basic boundary condition commonly used?

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