• carlj0nes
d^2x/dt^2 -10 dx/dt +34y =0 Im having difficulty with a question and wondered if you could point me in the right direction. I have a damped oscillation with no external forces. Initial amplitude of the oscillation is 2mm when t =0 and initial velocity is 0mm/s I need to determine the particular solution. d^2x/dt^2 -10 dx/dt +34y =0 Aux Eq m^2 -10m+34=0 m1=5+j6 m2=5-j6 I believe the roots are complex y=e^5x (A cos6x + Bsin6x) and this is where im not sure what to do next. If you could guide me through the next process I would be very grateful. Kind Regards, Carl
Differential Equations
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