Finding Some General Exact Solutions to the Non-Linear Monge-Ampere Equations (PDEs)

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International Journal of Mathematics Trends and Technology (IJMTT)
 
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Volume-65 Issue-10
Year of Publication : 2019
Authors : Steve Anglin, Sc.M
  10.14445/22315373/IJMTT-V65I10P513

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MLA Style:Steve Anglin, Sc.M  Finding Some General Exact Solutions to the Non-Linear Monge-Ampere Equations (PDEs)" International Journal of Mathematics Trends and Technology 65.10 (2019):91-97.

APA Style: Steve Anglin, Sc.M (2019).Finding Some General Exact Solutions to the Non-Linear Monge-Ampere Equations (PDEs) International Journal of Mathematics Trends and Technology,91-97

Abstract
We look at general exact solutions for non-linear Monge-Ampere partial differential equations (PDEs). They are nonlinear elliptic PDEs which typically model surfaces with curvature from differential geometry, optics and other applications of this used by physicists as well as applied and industrial mathematicians.

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Keywords
Monge, Ampere, partial, differential equations, PDEs, differential geometry, elliptic, solution, optics, math, applied, calculus