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**Unformatted text preview: **5. K&K problem 2.33. In the first part, you do not need to derive a way to solve the differential equation. Showing that the given expression works as a solution is sufficient. 6. K&K problem 2.34. In solving the differential equation involving w (t) and d w (t)/dt, do not forget that the radial component of the mass's position is time-dependent: r(t) = r- Vt....

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- Fall '05
- ELSER, V
- TA, K&K problem