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0 1 4. The Galerkin form of (1.3.1) consists of determining u 2 H01 such that (1.3.2) is
satis ed. Similarly, the nite element solution U 2 S0
H01 satis es (1.2.12).
Letting e(x) = u(x) ; U (x), show A(e e) = A(u u) ; A(U U )
where the strain energy A(v u) is given by (1.3.2c). We have, thus, shown that the
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