# (4) (a) Compute the Fourier series for the function f(x) interval [-π, π]. 1-z on the (b) Compute the solution u(t, z) for the partial differential equation on the interval [0, T): 16ut = uzz with...

(4) (a) Compute the Fourier series for the function f(x) interval [-π, π]. 1-z on the (b) Compute the solution u(t, z) for the partial differential equation on the interval [0, T): 16ut = uzz with u(t, 0)-u(t, 1) 0 for t>0 (boundary conditions) (0,) 3 sin(2a) 5 sin(5x) +sin(6x). for 0 K

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