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Henry Lamb
09/24/03 6:53pm

If DSolve returns unevaluated without producing error messages, that means it can't solve your equation. However, in this case you can convert your partial differential equation to an equivalent ordinary differential equation which DSolve can solve. See the attachment for details.

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Solving PDEs raghunath 09/20/03 1:20pm
Re: Solving PDEs Henry Lamb 09/24/03 6:53pm
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