Without getting into too much superfluous detail, I have been taking a introductory Partial Differential Equations course at my university (as I am studying both Math and Physics). Unfortunately, I have not been performing well in the class at all, especially seeing as this is the first math course that I've really struggled with. I like to get as much help as I can from whatever resources are available to me, however I noticed that the Wolfram|Alpha website is pretty terrible at PDEs. However, I will admit that in the past I have had this opinion of Wolfram with other areas, until I discovered the correct syntax to input my problems. So my question is, if Wolfram|Alpha can compute PDEs with boundary conditions, what is the means to write these problems out?