Unformatted text preview: τ ) , where F 1 ( t ) is the driving force from part (a). Then, by superposition, we can write the solution as x 1 ( t )x 1 ( tτ ) , where x 1 ( t ) is the solution of part (a). (c) From the solution to (b), take the limit α → ∞ and τ → such that ατ = a = constant, and show that the resulting x ( t ) agrees with M&T Eqn. 3.105 with t = 0 ....
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