Q1. A partial differential equation requires exactly one independent variable two or more independent variables more than one dependent variable equal number of dependent and independent variables Q2. Using substitution, which of the following equations are solutions to the partial differential equation?
Q3. The partial differential equation
is classified as elliptic parabolic hyperbolic none of the above Q4. The partial differential equation
is classified as elliptic parabolic hyperbolic none of the above Q5. The partial differential equation
is classified as elliptic parabolic hyperbolic none of the above Q6. The following is true for the following partial differential equation used in nonlinear mechanics known as the Kortewegde Vries equation.
linear; 3^{rd} order nonlinear; 3^{rd} order linear; 1^{st }order nonlinear; 1^{st} order

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