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comment The role of 'arbitrary' in proofs
I particularly like when you said "This just means we are not assuming anything about x..." That's an interesting idea.
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comment Fourier's Heat Law In Integral Form
Why wouldn't we use Fourier's law to find the total heat flow? I used the Heat Equation (the PDE) to find the temperature distribution $T(x,t)$; then I was going to use Fourier's law to find the total heat flow. Isn't your final equation just the Heat Equation integrated over $x$? I still don't see how that would give the heat flow.
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I'm sorry, but I do not quite see how I can determine the amount of heat that has flown from (or into) the rod during a certain time interval from the final equation.. Could you help me with that?
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