Draw a possible configuration of nodes and cells - 2d shape, Physics

Consider the 2D shape below. Draw a possible configuration of nodes and cells (at least 15) that could be used to solve for the temperature distribution. Provide equations that would be used to solve for the transient temperature distribution using the implicit method for a corner node, a left edge node, and a right edge node.

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