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    Looking for help with PDE (Evans, Brezis), will pay for your time

    Dear forum,

    This post sounds a bit lame, but I have a list of problems that will be part of an examination on monday, and I haven't been able to solve some of them (3 or 4). To be honest I don't have much interest in PDE so my time time is devoted to other areas of mathematics, but I am obliged to do this PDE course. Anyway, if you could help me with these exercises I would pay for your time, of course. For a graduate student in the field I think it should take about 1 hour. The books we have used are "Partial Differential Equations" by Evans (AMS) and "Analyse Fonctionnelle" by Brezis (the last chapters). If you are interested and if you could help, please email me at XXXX@xxxx.com

    Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pns View Post
    Dear forum,

    This post sounds a bit lame, but I have a list of problems that will be part of an examination on monday, and I haven't been able to solve some of them (3 or 4). To be honest I don't have much interest in PDE so my time time is devoted to other areas of mathematics, but I am obliged to do this PDE course. Anyway, if you could help me with these exercises I would pay for your time, of course. For a graduate student in the field I think it should take about 1 hour. The books we have used are "Partial Differential Equations" by Evans (AMS) and "Analyse Fonctionnelle" by Brezis (the last chapters). If you are interested and if you could help, please email me at XXXX@xxx.com

    Thank you.
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