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24
awarded  Autobiographer
Nov
9
accepted Is there a way to solve this without using laplace
Nov
9
comment Is there a way to solve this without using laplace
well,x and z are real and k is a parameter. solution should be in terms of parameter
Nov
8
comment Is there a way to solve this without using laplace
yes,thats correct.
Nov
8
asked Is there a way to solve this without using laplace
Oct
17
revised Finding all real zeros of the polynomial?
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Oct
5
revised the inverse laplace transform of an exponential function
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Oct
5
answered Finding all real zeros of the polynomial?
Oct
1
answered Quadratic equations
Oct
1
awarded  Supporter
Oct
1
answered How to find a point P in △ ABC,△ PAB,△ PBC, the△ PCA inscribed circle radius are equal?
Oct
1
answered area of a convex quadrilateral
Oct
1
comment the inverse laplace transform of an exponential function
thank you. that's correct.
Oct
1
revised the inverse laplace transform of an exponential function
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Oct
1
asked the inverse laplace transform of an exponential function
Oct
1
accepted When two ordinary differential equations are given
Jun
15
comment When two ordinary differential equations are given
p is not a function of y. yes dp/dy is 0
Jun
15
asked When two ordinary differential equations are given
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14
awarded  Student
Jun
11
awarded  Scholar