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    Hi all,

    i have done all of this question except the "and use this to describe the motion for w = 0.8" part for part iii)

    i can do the bit in part ii)....i get a period of 10pi

    but i just dont get how to do the 'describe' bit for part iii).....any ideas??

    oh here is the question & my plot in ODE solver:





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    Could you post the whole question, Im not really sure what the question wants
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    that is the whole question, isnt it?
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    (Original post by sarahisme)
    that is the whole question, isnt it?
    Lol! Sorry when I last looked at the thread that image wasnt showing on my comp, soz
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    (Original post by rpotter)
    Lol! Sorry when I last looked at the thread that image wasnt showing on my comp, soz
    thats cool
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    I don't think it wants anything special - just put in the numbers and see what you get.
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    (Original post by Worzo)
    I don't think it wants anything special - just put in the numbers and see what you get.
    i still dont see it :P


    i was told that having the equation in the form that it is in part iii) makes it easier to describe the motion.....but i cant see why that is true at all
 
 
 
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