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2), says that u(c) = −H c2 + c2 = T. 4 Hence, c2 = Hc2/4 + T, and the complete solution is u(r) = H (c2 − r2 ) + T. 4 (4) From this example, it is clear that the “artificial” boundary condition, boundedness of u(r) at the singular point r = 0, works just the way an ordinary boundary condition works at an ordinary (not singular) point. It gives one condition to be fulfilled by the unknown constants c1 and c2 , which are then completely determined by the second boundary condition. Semi-Infinite and Infinite Intervals Another type of singular boundary value problem is one for which the interval of interest is infinite.

A. u + u = 0, b. u + u = −1, u(0) = 0, u(0) = 0, c. u + u = π − 2x, u(π ) = 0, u(π ) = 0, u(0) = 0, u(π ) = 0. 13. Considering z to be a parameter (l < z < r), define the function v(x) = G(x, z) with G as in Eq. (17). Show that v has these four properties, which are sometimes used to define the Green’s function. (i) v satisfies the boundary conditions, Eqs. (2) and (3), at x = l and r. (ii) v is continuous, l < x < r. ) (iii) v is discontinuous at x = z, and lim v (z + h) − v (z − h) = 1. h→0+ (iv) v satisfies the differential equation v + k(x)v + p(x)v = 0 for l < x < z and z < x < r.

W(z) (14) The solution becomes more compact if we break the interval of integration at x in the first integral, making it r u2 (z) l f (z) dz = W(z) x u2 (z) l f (z) dz + W(z) r u2 (z) x f (z) dz. W(z) (15) When the integrals on the range l to x are combined, there is some cancellation, and our solution becomes x u(x) = u1 (z)u2 (x) l f (z) dz + W(z) r u1 (x)u2 (z) x f (z) dz. W(z) (16) Finally, these two integrals can be combined into one. We first define the Green’s function for the problem (1), (2), (3) as  u (z)u2 (x)   1 , l < z ≤ x,  W(z) G(x, z) = (17)  u1 (x)u2 (z)   , x ≤ z < r.

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