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I can't entirely remember how to deal with this but maybe find the equilibrium points that's where we have \[\left( \frac{ dU }{ dx } \right)_0 = 0\]
If you saw my explanation in your previous post for \[F(x) \cong -kx+\epsilon x^3 \] where epsilon is a small quantity. But, I'm not sure, maybe if you had some notes or something I could try to help...

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Just throwing out ideas xD might not be useful at all but worth a try haha.
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@Astrophysics: soz, i tend to waste a huge amount of time here...so i leave immediately HAHAHAH And help pls guise <3

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