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WKB Homework #2 for Math 605
Due: March 16, 2005
It may be helpful to read Zauderer, Chapter on Asymptotic Methods, on reserve.
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C: x=
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WKB Homework #1 for Math 605
Due: March 3, 2005
It may be helpful to read Bender and Orszag, Chapter 10, on reserve.
1. The position of a particle in a potential V (x) with V 0 (x) = x3 +x and driven by Brownian
motion with variance 22 1, has a probabilit