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# Show that if the function T in Sec. 119 is not required to

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Problem 10.13

Show that if the function T in Sec. 119 is not required to be txrnnded. the harmonic function (4) in that section can be replaced by the harmonic function T =Im(~".+ Acosh fl')= _!_t' + Asinhusin L'. ;r ;r where A is an arbitrary real constant. Conclude that the solution of the Dirichlet problem for the strip in the 111 plane (fig. 155) would not. then. be unique.

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