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Unformatted text preview: O. Bruno June 8th, 2004 ACM 95/100 Final Exam 1. Due no later than Friday June 11th, 3:00 pm . 2. The honor code is in effect. 3. Exam to be taken in one continuous session of at most four hours. 4. The exam is CLOSED BOOK . The following materials MAY NOT be used: course texts, model answers, and any other material obtained from the ACM 95/100 web site— except the problem set questions. You may only use materials of your own writing and the problem set questions. 5. Use of computers and calculators is not permitted. 6. Discussion of the exam problems amongst students is not permitted until 3pm on 6/11. 7. The exam consists of four questions. 8. Use standard blue books. Please, write clearly your name, and grading section number on the front of the blue book. 9. You must sign in the completed exam to Sheila Shull in Firestone 217 by 3pm on Friday June 11th. 1 ACM 95a/100c, 2004 Final Exam 0. (2 Points.) Write down your grading-section number. 1. (25 Points.) Consider the problem ∇ 2 u + λu = f ( x ) for x ∈ R , u = 0 for x ∈ ∂R....
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- Spring '09
- wave equation, Laplace operator, Helmholtz equation, nonhomogeneous Helmholtz equation