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6. (Additivity Property) Let VI and Uz be disjoint open subsets of U such that F S;; (VI U Uz) and let Ij denote the restriction 01I to Vj . then d(j, U) = d(jl, VI) + «s:oo. Proof. See Appendix B . 7. :,. :,.
In the mathematical description of the heating of the rod, the function y(s, t) is required to satisfy a certain partial differential equation that I will not write down . Instead, let's accept the fact that under reasonable mathematical conditions, which reflect the physical process, after some time to, the function y no longer changes as a function of time at any location , so now we have an "equilibrium" temperature function y = y (s) which depends only on the location s on the rod. The condition on the ends of the rod has not changed, that is, as we now write it, y(O) = y(l) = O.
Thus our problem is a second-order nonlinear Dirichlet boundary value problem and that is the kind of problem that we will be concerned with throughout the rest of Part I. With later applications in mind , it will be convenient to place our forced pendulum problem in a broader context of second-order Dirichlet problems, namely : = f(t, y, y'), y (o) = y(l) = 0 v" where f = f(t, p, q) : [0, 1) x R x R ~ R is continuous . For the forced pendulum with e an odd, T -periodic function , the function f is defined by r«.