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### Hw4-p1

Course: AEM 2, Fall 2009
School: RPI
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restart; &gt; &gt; Lx:=1;Ly:=1;f:=piecewise(x&lt;0.5,2*x,x&gt;0.5,2-2*x); 1 1 piecewise(x &lt; 0.5, 2 x, 0.5 &lt; x, 2 - 2 x) &gt; assume(n,integer);k[n]:=n*Pi/Lx; n Pi &gt; X[n]:=sin(k[n]*x);Y[n]:=sinh(k[n]*y); sin(n Pi x) sinh(n...

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