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**Home Assignment 4 / Re: Problem 3**

« **on:**October 23, 2012, 05:20:03 AM »

uh, say we assume some form of solution for X(x) and T(t), so there will be 3 coefficients. When we setup the matrix for A,B,C it becomes 2x3 matrix since we're given 2 B.C. I was wondering if we were to solve for eigenvalue for the matrix, do we need to take into account for all combinations of 2x2 matrices? (In other words, break the matrix into A&B, B&C, A&C). Or am I just completely off the question? o.O