Consider the temperature distribution, Physics

Consider the temperature distribution in a 1D flat plate, insulated at x = L and exposed to convective heat transfer at x = 0. On the axes below, sketch what the distribution looks like for the semi-infinite slab solution, the truncated exact solution, and the exact solution for the indicated value of the Fourier number.

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