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MikeMorris
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S2.3 Problem 8
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January 27, 2019, 06:42:08 PM »
In this question, the initial conditions are not given for $t = 0$, as we've discussed in class, but instead for $t = \frac{x^{2}}{2}$. I have no idea how to approach this. Could someone please help?
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Victor Ivrii
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January 27, 2019, 07:09:03 PM »
Find the general solution and then plug to initial conditions
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JUNJING FAN
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Quote from: Victor Ivrii on January 27, 2019, 07:09:03 PM
Find the general solution and then plug to initial conditions
Hello professor, could u give me a hint as to why we have to impose the restriction for absolute value of x to be smaller or equal to 1?
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Victor Ivrii
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[quoute]Hello professor, could u give me a hint as to why we have to impose the restriction for absolute value of x to be smaller or equal to 1?[/quote]
Draw characteristic lines and plot $t=x^2/2$
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