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    Smile Solve this PDE (Computer is fine, just want answer) dp/dt + (1-2p)*dp/dx = a (for 0<x

    Hi, I need help solving this PDE for p(x,t), I don't need working, just want a solution (although feel free to send working if you want).
    The PDE is, (with derivatives as partial derivatives)

    dp/dt + (1-2p)*dp/dx = a (for 0<x<1)
    = 0 (for all other x values)
    where "a" is a constant

    the conditions are t> or =0 , and p(x,0)=1/2

    thanks heaps in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by lukas View Post
    Hi, I need help solving this PDE for p(x,t), I don't need working, just want a solution (although feel free to send working if you want).
    The PDE is, (with derivatives as partial derivatives)

    dp/dt + (1-2p)*dp/dx = a (for 0<x<1)
    = 0 (for all other x values)
    where "a" is a constant

    the conditions are t> or =0 , and p(x,0)=1/2

    thanks heaps in advance
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