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January 26th, 2017, 11:41 PM   #1
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Find a harmonic function φ(x) in the infinite strip

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Find a harmonic function φ(x) in the infinite strip
{z : −2 ≤ Re(z) − Im(z) ≤ 3}
such that φ = 0 on the left edge and φ = 4 on the right edge. Hint: consider linear functions.


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Have you "considered linear functions"?
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