Hi everyone, I'm having a bit of trouble with this pde problem: i get the answer to be u(x,t)=0 but i am guessing thats not right. is the general solution to this problem: u(x,t) = f(x+ct) + g(x-ct) ?? thanks sarah
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nm, got it!
Originally Posted by sarahisme Hi everyone, I'm having a bit of trouble with this pde problem: i get the answer to be u(x,t)=0 but i am guessing thats not right. is the general solution to this problem: u(x,t) = f(x+ct) + g(x-ct) ?? thanks sarah Duhamel's principle.
Originally Posted by hpe Duhamel's principle. right , yep i see now, thanks
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