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1. 6) determines their right-hand sides. Thus we see the choice of spatial transforms here was made so that the given edge conditions would be asked for. 6). The n ( K , p ) are found to be + " I d , * T ~ The . particular integrals are found to be "' = u o ~ / p 2 ~and :, 6 ; ' = 0. 11) stemming from the symmetry of the loading and the fact that the two algebraic equations, which yielded n(K, p ) = * " I d , * q s , must hold for all these values of n(K, p ) . 2) vanish at y = * h are transformed with an eye on the fact that u involves a sine and u a cosine transform.
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