I dont know if this Counts as a differential equation, but here it is. . The condition is that in the interval [0,d] and that and . I can see that a solution is but I dont know how to find this without guessing. Is there a simple method to employ?
I dont know if this Counts as a differential equation, but here it is. . The condition is that in the interval [0,d] and that and . I can see that a solution is but I dont know how to find this without guessing. Is there a simple method to employ?
I'm sorry to hear that because it is completely wrong. You seem to be assuming that E is the constant, , which is certainly not true. I'm not sure why you write partial derivatives when you only have the one variable, x. One part of the "Fundamental Theorem of Calculus" say that . Since we are told that and E(0)= 0, that is .