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New to the second one version greater than 1,000 pages with over 1,500 new first-, second-, third-, fourth-, and higher-order nonlinear equations with strategies Parabolic, hyperbolic, elliptic, and different structures of equations with recommendations a few unique equipment and variations Symbolic and numerical tools for fixing nonlinear PDEs with Maple™, Mathematica®, and MATLAB® Many new illustrative examples and tables a wide record of references such as over 1,300 assets to house assorted mathematical backgrounds, the authors steer clear of at any place attainable using designated terminology. They define the equipment in a schematic, simplified demeanour and manage the cloth in expanding order of complexity.

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W ∂y = 0. 1 ln |awk + by| + Φ(w). b ∂w ∂w + (aw k + bxm) = cxn. 45 with f (w) = awk , g(x) = bxm , and h(x) = cxn . 51. ∂w ∂x + (aw k + bxm) ∂w ∂y = cw n. 46 with f (w) = awk , g(x) = bxm , and h(w) = cwn . ∂w ∂w + axny mw k = 0. ∂x ∂y General solution: a 1 y 1–m – xn+1 wk = Φ(w) 1–m n+1 a ln |y| – xn+1 wk = Φ(w) n+1 1 y 1–m – awk ln |x| = Φ(w) 1–m ln |y| – awk ln |x| = Φ(w) 52. 53. if n ≠ –1, m = 1; if n = –1, m ≠ 1; if n = –1, m = 1. ∂w ∂w +k = 1. ∂x ∂y du = x + Φ(y – kx), –n cu + a + bk (ax + by + cw)n General solution: 54.

X y= f G(t) – G(x) + w dt + Φ w – G(x) , where G(x) = g(x) dx. 2. EQUATIONS WITH TWO INDEPENDENT VARIABLES CONTAINING ARBITRARY FUNCTIONS Page 27 27 ∂w ∂w + f (w) = g(y). ∂x ∂y General solution: 38. y x= ψ G(t) – G(y) + F (w) dt + Φ F (w) – G(y) , y0 where G(y) = g(y) dy and F (w) = parametrically by ψ = f (w) dw. The function ψ = ψ(z) is defined 1 , z = F (w). f (w) ∂w ∂w + f (w) = g(y – ax). ∂x ∂y This is a model equation describing nonlinear waves issuing from a moving source (the variables x and y play the role of time and the spatial coordinate, respectively, and a is the source velocity).

X ∂y General solution: Φ w, y – awk x – bx = 0 47. Φ w – cx, 48. ∂w ∂x + (aw k + bx) ∂w ∂y awk+1 + bw – cy k+1 =0 if c = 0, if c ≠ 0. = 0. General solution: y = axwk + 12 bx2 + Φ(w). 49. ∂w ∂x + (aw k + by) General solution: x = 50. ∂w ∂y = 0. 1 ln |awk + by| + Φ(w). b ∂w ∂w + (aw k + bxm) = cxn. 45 with f (w) = awk , g(x) = bxm , and h(x) = cxn . 51. ∂w ∂x + (aw k + bxm) ∂w ∂y = cw n. 46 with f (w) = awk , g(x) = bxm , and h(w) = cwn . ∂w ∂w + axny mw k = 0. ∂x ∂y General solution: a 1 y 1–m – xn+1 wk = Φ(w) 1–m n+1 a ln |y| – xn+1 wk = Φ(w) n+1 1 y 1–m – awk ln |x| = Φ(w) 1–m ln |y| – awk ln |x| = Φ(w) 52.