# Exercises

Here you can find exercise sheets and, at a later point, proposed solutions.

If you get stuck in some of the exercises (but no sooner than that!), you may have a look at the hints.

Session on | Exercise | Hints | Suggested Solution |
---|---|---|---|

January 28 | Exercise 1 | Hints 1 | Solutions 1 |

February 4 | Exercise 2 | Hints 2 | Solutions 2 |

February 11 | Exercise 3^{1)} | Hints 3 | Solutions 3 |

February 18 | Exercise 4 | Hints 4 | Solutions 4 |

February 25 | Exercise 5 | Hints 5 | |

March 25 | Exercise 6 | ||

April 8 | Exercise 7 | Hints 7 | |

April 15 | Exercise 8 | ||

April 22 | Exercise 9 | Hints 9 |

^{1)}

Unfortunately, I was not reading through my problems carefully enough before uploading them, and thus Problem 2b turned out to be completely wrong: Actually, this PDE has never a unique solution; either it is unsolvable or it has infinitely many solutions. In order to make the problem work as intended, it is necessary to replace the term \(fy\) in the integral over \(\Omega\) by \((f-y)^2\).