By Toscani G.

This paper is meant to review the large-time habit of the second one second (energy)of recommendations to the porous medium equation. As we will in short talk about within the following,the wisdom of the time evolution of the strength in a nonlinear diffusion equation is ofparamount value to reckon the intermediate asymptotics of the answer itself whenthe similarity is lacking. hence, the current examine may be regarded as a primary step within the validation of a extra basic conjecture at the large-time asymptotics of a basic diffusion equation.

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E. J3 2 · set 0 f th ' . IS {±l,. ;) y-%( = 4, x ~O [UPTU B. ;y +4]-%(X-';) =4 2 3 Y +4-- Y =4 2 i-%Y = O=>Y(Y-%)=O 3 Y = 0 or Y - - =0 2 3 Y = 0 or y=Now y=O 2 x-! = 0 x x2 -1 =0 x2 = 1 X Again => => => => =± 1. 3 1 3 y=-=>x--=2 x 2 2x2_2 = 3x ~ = 3x-2 2x(x-2) + 1 (x-2) = 0 (x-2)(2x+ 1) = 0 x-2=00r2x+1=0 1 x = 2 or x = - 2 Hence, The solution set of the given equation is {I, -I, 2, -~}. ; + 4 ) - /1 = 0 Solution: Here, the given equation is (X+;-f -2(X-;-+4)-11 Put x - ~ = Y i e. ( x + ;- f = = ...

IS {±l,. ;) y-%( = 4, x ~O [UPTU B. ;y +4]-%(X-';) =4 2 3 Y +4-- Y =4 2 i-%Y = O=>Y(Y-%)=O 3 Y = 0 or Y - - =0 2 3 Y = 0 or y=Now y=O 2 x-! = 0 x x2 -1 =0 x2 = 1 X Again => => => => =± 1. 3 1 3 y=-=>x--=2 x 2 2x2_2 = 3x ~ = 3x-2 2x(x-2) + 1 (x-2) = 0 (x-2)(2x+ 1) = 0 x-2=00r2x+1=0 1 x = 2 or x = - 2 Hence, The solution set of the given equation is {I, -I, 2, -~}. ; + 4 ) - /1 = 0 Solution: Here, the given equation is (X+;-f -2(X-;-+4)-11 Put x - ~ = Y i e. ( x + ;- f = = ... x2 + 3x-l x 5±m 2 1 x = -3, then x - - =-3 = 0 = - 3± J9 + 4 = --"-- 3 ± v'i3 2 2 · set 0 f th ' .

Let the roots are a. 2 . Then a. + 0. 2 = - P ~ a. 2 = q 3 ~ 0. = q Cubing equation (I) we get ... (2) 0. )3 = _ p3 0. )] = _ p3 q[l+q+3(-p)] =_p3 ~ ~ q[l+q_3p)=_p3 p3_ q (3p_1)+q2 = O. ANSWERS 2x2 + 5x - 25 = 0 (iii)x 2 + 8x + 15 = 0 (v) x 2 -6x+4=0 (vii) 12x2 - 25x + 12 = 0 1. (i) (ii) 20x2 - 41x + 20 (b 2 _ 2ac)2 _ 2a 2c 2 b 2 - 2ac 2. (i) (iii) (ii) c2 (iv) 4a 3 - 3a _ 5 -'2 a3 b2 - 2ac a2 (v) 4. 12x2 -7x+l=0 (ii) a 4x 2 - ca (b 2 - 2ac) x + c 4 = 0 (IV) acx2 - (b 2 - 2ac) x + ac = 0 (ii) 8.

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