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Staffy

  • 2 years ago

Find the ordinary differential equations resulting from the method of separation of variables for the equations ∂u/∂t=(kr)∂/∂r(r∂u/∂r) ∂u/∂t= k(∂^4u)/(∂x^4) . Solve the resulting ordinary differential equations. [You need not discuss eigenvalues or the general form of the solution of the partial differential equation.]

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  1. Staffy
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    I have the solution, if it'll help... I mostly need help on the differential equation to understand how to solve it

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    Glad you think so, can you explain?

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