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Help!!!!
I've got a solution from a book.....but it's little bit lengthy.....
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Whats the question/solution?
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Whats the question/solution?
solution of laplace equation in spherical polar coordinate.....
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solution of laplace equation in spherical polar coordinate.....
Yeah, it is quite long, but I don't get what you're trying to ask; You have the question and solution, so what is it that you need?

You have div grad f = 0. This can be converted into Spherical coordinates and then using the separation of variables technique a solution  F(R, \phi) can be found, with a lot of intermediate steps.
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Yeah, it is quite long, but I don't get what you're trying to ask; You have the question and solution, so what is it that you need?

You have div grad f = 0. This can be converted into Spherical coordinates and then using the separation of variables technique a solution  F(R, \phi) can be found, with a lot of intermediate steps.
to find the solution of this eq.....we need to use separation of varibles......u send me a pic of the page of your book.....i'm looking for easier solution....
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to find the solution of this eq.....we need to use separation of varibles......u send me a pic of the page of your book.....i'm looking for easier solution....
There isn't one, although in radially symmetric cases a lot of terms will disappear.
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There isn't one, although in radially symmetric cases a lot of terms will disappear.
I need symmetric one....kindly send the solution....
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