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    Integration : K(d^2T/dz^2) = w(dT/dz) and Derivatives : A*sin((pi*y)/L)

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    Integrate both sides of this equation:

    K(d^2T/dz^2) = w(dT/dz)

    Derive this equation:

    A*sin((pi*y)/L)

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    Integrate both sides of this equation:

    K(d^2T/dz^2) = ...

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    An integral and derivative are found. The expert derives equations on both sides.

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