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Unformatted text preview: Classical Physics Differentiating the three equations (1 ) with respect. to x, y, and 3 respectively and adding we get: 6[6u 6v |:aw] V2F[62w a2w+ +62w] 61‘ 6x 62 62 6x2 ay2 62 Orfrom(2) 62 62 62 6" in '1‘: W rzvzvzw a: 6x ay +62 This is the wave equation (see Eq. 1 .30 in book). ‘Ne have not done any QM yet. Solutions to this equation take the form: 91/: f1(x+ut)+f2(x—ut) ...
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