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solve(2 A + 2 B +D )*sin(theta)=0

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  • Subject: [mg25636] solve(2 A + 2 B +D )*sin(theta)=0
  • From: hkowalczyk at
  • Date: Mon, 16 Oct 2000 03:04:53 -0400 (EDT)
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I am trying to use mathematica to solve the airy stress functions,
and I get systems of equations where some of the boundary
conditions result in equations of the form

solve(2 A + 2 B +D )*sin(theta)=0

where for any theta A,B,D =0 would be the solution. how do I do
this in mathematica?

I would like to do it in a way where i put in the boundary contions
as a set of equations and it will automatically find the coefficients
where some would be zero


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