# Answer to Question #38998 in Differential Equations for rupesh kumar

Question #38998

Show that

u=sin(wx)e^(-w^2c^2t)

is a solution of the one-dimensional heat equation.

note : here w stands for omega

u=sin(wx)e^(-w^2c^2t)

is a solution of the one-dimensional heat equation.

note : here w stands for omega

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