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# 34. Consider a two-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system and a two-dimensional uv-system with t...

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###### 34. Consider a two-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system and a two-dimensional uv-system with t... 34. Consider a two-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system and a two-dimensional uv-system with the coordinates related by y = (1/2)(112-U2). In general, Laplace's equation in two dimensions can be written as with ох ду Zi (a) In the xy-plane, sketch lines of constant u and constant v. (b) Express Laplace's equation using the uw-coordinates. (c) Use the method of separation of variables to separate Laplace's equation in the v-system and obtain the general solution for ų'(u, u).

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