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Orthogonality conditions (a) Show that the discrete eigenfunctions are orthogonal to

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Problem 10.7.4

Orthogonality conditions (a) Show that the discrete eigenfunctions are orthogonal to eigenfunctions of the continuous spectrum. (b) Show that one discrete eigenfunction is orthogonal to another discrete eigenfunction.

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Textbook: Applied Partial Differential Equations with Fourier Series and Boundary Value Problems
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Author: Richard Haberman
ISBN: 9780321797056

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