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Green's function does not exist when the parameter k 2 is an eigenvalue of the operator _D2. We shall see that this is an example of a general rule about the existence of Green's function. 27) is remarkable. 27) into the formg(x;y) =sinkX

C) Simplify the expressionxe Ix I cS'(x). 5 Show that no test function (except the identically zero function) can be an analytic function in the sense of complex variable theory. 6 Show that sin(Ia)/(n) ~ 6(x) as k ~ 00. Sketch the graphs of the fust few terms of the sequence, and compare with Fig. I. 7 Formulate a defmition of convergence, analogous to Def. , if It is a distribution for each real t, give a defmition of 'It ~ Fast ~o'. Prove from your defmition that if It ~ F andgt ~ G, then bIt + CIt ~ bF + cG for any constants b, c.

31), writing k- 1 =K. 10) to lead to a fundamental solUtion, and it satisfies the boundary conditions, hence it is Green's function. It is clearly symmetric, that is, g(x;y) =g(y;X). 14 Throughout this chapter we have assumed that our equations have infinitely differentiable coefficients. 11). Green's function for ordinary differential equations, however, is an ordinary continuous function, and can be discussed completely within the framework of classical analysis; the equations are not then required to have smooth coefficients.