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ranyai12 Group Title

Consider the spring model x''−3x+3(x^3)=0 where the linear part of the spring is repulsive rather than attractive (for a normal spring it is attractive). Rewrite this as a system of first-order equations in x and y=x. x' = y' =

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  1. TuringTest Group Title
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    I am thinking that there is a typo... are you sure it says rewrite as \[y=x\]?

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    y=x'

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    and we should find out (x,y)=(x,x')=state space vector.

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  4. ranyai12 Group Title
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    idk thatswhat tge directions say exactly i just copied and pasted we also had to solve for critical points which i already did

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    |dw:1344182958485:dw|

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    whats whats y= to?

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    |dw:1344183055225:dw|

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  8. ranyai12 Group Title
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    wait howd you solve that?

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  9. ranyai12 Group Title
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    yea i got the critical points but I used the jacobie eigenvalue

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    i mean jacoby value

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  11. mahmit2012 Group Title
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    the problem has three critical points that I showed you.

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  12. ranyai12 Group Title
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    how did ou see that x'=y

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  13. mahmit2012 Group Title
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    Those of the problems like yours we should define a state space vector that includes independent component ,usually x and its derivatives are selected as components.

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  14. ranyai12 Group Title
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    whats space vector?

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  15. mahmit2012 Group Title
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    state space vector is a vector which include all independent variable in a system. for example place velocity . acceleration are three component require to know in a third order system.

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  16. mahmit2012 Group Title
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    So (x,v,a)=(x,x',x") is a state space vector.

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    oh ok! thank you!!

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    you're welcome.

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