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what does dt/dx=0 mean in a heat conduction problem?

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  1. Silent_Sorrow
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    the rate of change of temperature (the rate of thermal conduction) with respect to (whatever x may be, say time) = 0 ie, the rate of thermal conduction is constant

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    thanx

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    In general, d[variable]/d[another variable] is the rate of change of [variable] wrt [another variable]. If that derivative is 0, then [variable] is not changing.

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