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- How do I perform a change of variables for a pde
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- How can I Integrate the dirac_delta and heaviside functions in sage?
- How can I re-code a function into a method?
- How do I perform a change of variables for a pde
- How do I get an ordered list of a symbolic functions arguments?

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