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    Boundary conditions that are derivatives



    Solve the inhomogeneous heat equation

    for 0<= x <= 1, t >= 0 with boundary conidtions z_x (0,t) = 0 and z_x (1,t) = 0

    so far i've got

    z = e^-^w^2^t  (Acoswx + Bsinwx) should be (w^2)t

    Is this right first?
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