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Partial Diﬀerential Equations Igor Yanovsky, 2005 12 5.2 Weak Solutions for Quasilinear Equations 5.2.1 Conservation Laws and Jump Conditions Consider shocks for an equation u t +f(u) x =0, (5.3) where f is a smooth function ofu. If we integrate (5.3) with respect to x for a ≤ x ≤ b, we obtain d dt b a u(x,t)dx + f(u(b,t))−f(u(a,t))= 0 ...
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Fun maths practice! Improve your skills with free problems in 'Create equations with no solutions or infinitely many solutions' and thousands of other practice lessons. Identities and equations with no solutions If solving an equation yields a statement that is false, like 4 = 3, then the equation has no solution. If solving an equation yields a statement that is true for a single value for the variable, like x = 3, then the equation has one solution.