Boundary value problem, Mathematics

solve the in-homogenous problem where A and b are constants on 0ut=uxx+A exp(-bx)
u(x,0)=A/b^2(1-exp(-bx))
u(0,t)=0
u(1,t)=-A/b^2 exp(-b)
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