Unformatted text preview: x ( t ) = x p ( t ) + B eÎ» 1 t + C eÎ» 2 t , where B and C are not zero. Here, x p ( t ) is the particular solution from part (a). If Ïƒ < Î» 1 and Ïƒ < Î» 2 , what is the behavior of x ( t ) as t â†’ âˆž ? (d) Assume F is positive. For what range of Ïƒ will x p ( t ) be negative?...
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 Spring '08
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