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Let {Pn} = {sin(nx)} with n=1 to infinity using the norm integral(a -> b) f(x)Pn*rho(x)dx where rho is something I don’t understand, and use the initial conditions du/dx(0,t)=upside down triangle*(Pn) times the gradient of Jesus and U = (Very Screwed)^(t/(x-270)), noting that U approaches infinity as t goes to 4:30 and x goes to Room 270 in the Arts Building. Solve for alpha, the grade of your Partial Differential Equations Midterm.

Solution: It’s trivial. The answer is obviously zero.

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