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Staffy

  • 3 years ago

Solve x¨ + x = sin3t, x(0) = 0, x˙(0) = 1. [Hint: you may find it helpful to write sin3x = a sin x + b sin 3x and solve for a and b.

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    not work

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    I try to install again.wait

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    It is downloading.

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    do you know how we can solve integral of sin^4x ?

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    I do not

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    |dw:1355067733034:dw|

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    Unfortunately it is not write in a right space!

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    x2=sinx and c=sin^3x

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