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0, i = 1,..., k, if the boundary values B, are all linear combinations of the C, . If each

of two sets of

**boundary conditions**C,(r) = 0, j = 1,..., m, is said to be stronger than the set B,(r) =0, i = 1,..., k, if the boundary values B, are all linear combinations of the C, . If each

of two sets of

**boundary conditions**is stronger than the other, then the sets are ...Page 1305

If B(f) = 0 is not a

the equation B(f) = 0 may be written as B1 (f) = B.(f), where B, and B, are non-zero

boundary values at a and b respectively), then B(f) = 0 is said to be a mired ...

If B(f) = 0 is not a

**boundary condition**either at a or at b (so that, by Theorem 19,the equation B(f) = 0 may be written as B1 (f) = B.(f), where B, and B, are non-zero

boundary values at a and b respectively), then B(f) = 0 is said to be a mired ...

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imposition of a separated symmetric set of

the

p = 0 square-integrable at a and satisfying the

imposition of a separated symmetric set of

**boundary conditions**. Let Jož # 0. Thenthe

**boundary conditions**are real, and there is eractly one solution p(t, 2) of (t–%)p = 0 square-integrable at a and satisfying the

**boundary conditions**at a, and ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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