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When is it a good idea to assume solutions are separable?
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Issra
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When is it a good idea to assume solutions are separable?
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When is it a good idea to assume solutions are separable? Are there any implied assumptions about the nature of the solutions when we assume that they are separable?
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If domain is "simple" in the appropriate coordinate system it is a good idea to try to find such solutions. For linear equations we even can construct general solutions as linear combinations of such solutions. Details in the class later.
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