Actually, it's the second BC.Hey I have been given the below question but am really struggling to get it still I understand how to solve problems using seperation of variables but this has got me stumped
We want to find the value of the electrostatic potential in the quadrant.
where and are the standard polar co-ordinates and is a given positive real number. Assuming electrostatic potential is the solution of Laplaces equation in polar co-ordinates
The boundary conditions on are
(a) show that the function is a solution of the initial equation that satisfies the first set of boundary conditions
Any help would be great