given that v''(x)= -1/B (P(x)) where 0<x<L and v(0) =U and v(L) = W, where U and W are constants.

how do you find out what v(x) is? i know that i need to use integration but i cant see to get the ans..

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- Jan 17th 2011, 04:56 AMalexandrabel90value problem
given that v''(x)= -1/B (P(x)) where 0<x<L and v(0) =U and v(L) = W, where U and W are constants.

how do you find out what v(x) is? i know that i need to use integration but i cant see to get the ans.. - Jan 17th 2011, 06:36 AMJester
Is $\displaystyle B$ a constant and what's $\displaystyle P(x)$?