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Example

Suppose that you want to solve the boundary value problems involving the equation
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Suppose that you have just received a 2dBVP display as the default after typing the equation. The default display uses t as the variable on the horizontal axis, and sets the plotting interval to be (-10,10). The default boundary conditions would be x(-10)=0, x(10)=0. You might use the display dialog box to change the display to the rectangle (0,1)x(-3,3). When you finish, you would find that the boundary conditions automatically changed to x(0)=0, x(1)=0, and the beads would remain at the edges of the display, as before.


Kevin Cooper
Wed Sep 30 15:21:52 PDT 1998