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 Computational Physics problem Need an Idea (not codes) how to solve.?

Answer 1. Since you have to find U(x) take input as x and other constant2. Assume different values of U and calculate corresponding xU. Use trapz() function3. Plot U (x axis) and xU (y axis)4. Now plot U(... Read More »
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