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find the particular integral of the partial differential equation (z(x+y)p)+(z(x-y)q)=(x^2 +y^2) that vanishes on the plane y=2x.also given that z=f(x,y) where x,y are independent variables.

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  1. AamirKhanday
    • 2 years ago
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    it z lagranges form . no need to find P.I

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