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# (20 points) Letu(r,t) =e n"#(C1" cos(Ax) Cz sin(Az)) Find all values of C1; Cz and for which satisfies the boundary conditionsUz (0,t) = 0andu(L,t) = 0for...

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###### (20 points) Letu(r,t) =e n"#(C1" cos(Ax) Cz sin(Az)) Find all values of C1; Cz and for which satisfies the boundary conditionsUz (0,t) = 0andu(L,t) = 0for every

(20 points) Let u(r,t) =e n"#(C1" cos(Ax) Cz sin(Az)) Find all values of C1; Cz and for which satisfies the boundary conditions Uz (0,t) = 0 and u(L,t) = 0 for every  #### Similar Solved Questions

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