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APM3462019 => APM346Lectures & Home Assignments => Home Assignment 3 => Topic started by: MikeMorris on 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?

Find the general solution and then plug to initial conditions

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?

[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 $t=x^2/2$