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In 31 and 32 discuss whether product solutions u X(x)Y(x)

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Problem 12.1.31

In 31 and 32 discuss whether product solutions u X(x)Y(x) can be found for the given partial differential equation. [Hint: Use the superposition principle.]2ux2 u 0

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L7 - 4 Infinite Limits Def. Let f be defined on both sides of c,e ctpsly at c.x→c f(x)= ∞ if the values of f(x)c anbemaeand kept) as large as we want by taking x sufficiently close to c but not equal to c. x=c x=c Also, lim f(x)= −∞ means the values f(x) < 0c nbe x→c made (and kept) as large as possible in absolute value as we want by takingx sufficiently close but not equal to c. NOTE: Similar definitions can be given for approaching c from the left or right. Def. The line x = c is called a of the curve y = f(x)iftatonefheowngsre:

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Textbook: Differential Equations with Boundary-Value Problems,
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Author: Dennis G. Zill, Warren S. Wright
ISBN: 9781111827069

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