Unformatted text preview: g t t 2 g t t t t (b) In the case that the ‘force’ is given by f t f t t exp t / and x 0, x 0 evaluate x t . (c) Let 0.1 and evaluate the energy (per unit mass) supplied by the force in the time interval from to . Plot this energy, divided by the final energy stored by the oscillator, as a function of ln from 0.01 to 100....
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- Spring '10
- Charge, Partial differential equation, Fundamental physics concepts