Solve the twoway wave equation in terms of $u_0$
Consider the twoway wave equation for $u(x, t), t ? 0$ and all $x$ with piecewise constant speed:
$u_{tt} ? u_{xx} = 0$ for $x ? 0$
$u_{tt} ? 9u_{xx} = 0$ for $x < 0$
At $x = 0$, $u$ and $u_x$ are continuous. Data $u_0(x)$ is given for $x ? 0$. $u(x, 0) = u_0(x)$ for $x ? 0$ and $u(x, 0) = 0$ for $x < 0$. $u_t(x, 0) = 0$ for all $x$.
Solve the problem in terms of $u_0$.
Describe the interaction of the leftmoving wave for $x > 0$ with the $x = 0$ boundary (one sentence).
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