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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
Jun
14
awarded  Student
Jun
11
awarded  Scholar
Jun
11
comment finding solution to partial differential equation
Thank you Valentin. You are a good teacher.