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Bill Simpson
12/12/12 12:02pm

These might just be errors in your describing what you have done, but

D[u[2, 0]] == 0

doesn't include which variable you are differentiating with respect to when all your other derivatives do include which variable

and this

D[u[0, 0] == 0]

looks very questionable, I suspect you don't mean you are differentiating solutions to u and perhaps this is again a derivative that needs a variable and the result is then equal to zero.

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Author Date Posted
PDE with two variable Martin Wijaya 12/12/12 10:27am
Re: PDE with two variable Bill Simpson 12/12/12 12:02pm
Re: Re: PDE with two variable Martin Wijaya 12/13/12 09:33am
Re: Re: Re: PDE with two variable Bill Simpson 12/13/12 11:02am
Re: Re: Re: Re: PDE with two variable Martin Wijaya 12/15/12 09:42am
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: PDE with two variable Bill Simpson 12/16/12 1:46pm
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: PDE with two variable Martin Wijaya 12/17/12 11:28am
Re: PDE with two variable Martin Wijaya 12/17/12 00:18am
Re: Re: PDE with two variable Bill Simpson 12/17/12 10:59am
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