# 2. Reduce the following second order PDES to canonical form.-(1+y2u= 0

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21 views help_outlineImage Transcriptionclose2. Reduce the following second order PDES to canonical form. -(1+y2u= 0 fullscreen
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The given differential equation,

Step 2

Check the given equation is hyperbolic, parabolic or elliptic. help_outlineImage Transcriptioncloses2-4RT 0--4(1+ y?) 4(1-y)> This shows that the given equation is hyperbolic. of the given equation Find the roots -0 0+4(1+y2) 2 =(1+y2) That is 4-(1+y and 1+y?) fullscreen
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Find the characteris... help_outlineImage Transcriptionclose--(1+y) (1+y2) and dx dy dy =-dx dx and (1+y2) (1+ y? tan yxc and tan" y =-x +c2 Assume the transformation tan yand 7 = tan y+x fullscreen

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