Last Homework, due December 11, 2013.

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Last Homework, due December 11, 2013.

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Reading: all of Chapter 11.

Exercises: 11.2 (let m=1, b=0 and k = 9 pi^2), 11.4 (number 4 only), 11.6, 11.9 (number 3 only) and 11.12.

Extra credit: 11.17 and 11.19.
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For problem 11.2 part 2, does this need to be a Fortran code or can we use Matlab? Does the method matter?
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amcgloin wrote:For problem 11.2 part 2, does this need to be a Fortran code or can we use Matlab? Does the method matter?
You can't trust Matlab with the discontinuous f(t), so use your own FORTRAN (or C).
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For 11.2 Part 3, are we supposed to expand f(t) into a fourier series for every interval for which we solved in Part 1?
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acampbe8 wrote:For 11.2 Part 3, are we supposed to expand f(t) into a fourier series for every interval for which we solved in Part 1?
No. In fact, the point is that if you do a Fourier series, you don't have to hassle with piecing together all those intervals.
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