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This method, called separation of variables,§ entails the reduction of a PDE to an ODE (or, more commonly, to a number of ODEs, each corresponding to a different independent variable), a recurrent theme in the study of PDEs. 4 Given a PDE in u = u(x, y), we say that u is a product solution if u(x, y) = f (x)g(y) for functions f and g. More generally, u = u(x1 , x2 , . . , xn ) is a product solution of a PDE in the n variables x1 , x2 , . . , xn if u(x1 , x2 , . . , xn ) = f1 (x1 )f2 (x2 ) . .

8. uy = 2x 9. ux = sin x + cos y 10. uxxy = 12x 11. uzz = x + y 12. uxx + ux − 2u = 6, u = u(x, y). 13. a) If v is a solution of the PDE L[u] = f , and w is a solution of L[u] = g, find a solution of the PDE L[u] = αf + βg, where α and β are any two constants. b) Use what you did in part (a) to find a solution of the PDE uxx + uyy = 3x − 5y. 6 19 Separation of Variables for Linear, Homogeneous PDEs In the mid-1700s, Daniel Bernoulli and, later, Jean le Rond d’Alembert experimented with a new technique for producing solutions of linear, homogeneous PDEs.

3, Exercises 1–5. Essentially, then, it is an ODE boundary-value problem. However, it differs from 26 An Introduction to Partial Differential Equations with MATLAB R the latter in that it includes the parameter λ. Remember that we solve the X-ODE for each real number λ. For each λ, the ODE has infinitely many solutions. Now, though, we need to find which of these solutions “survive” the boundary conditions—that is, we shall see that, for “most” real numbers λ, the only solution that also satisfies the boundary conditions is the zerosolution, X(x) ≡ 0.

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