# HW2 - \documentclass[12pt]cfw_article \textheight 9.0in...

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\documentclass[12pt]{article} \textheight 9.0in \textwidth 6.0in \topmargin -0.4in \headsep 0.4in \oddsidemargin 0.25in \evensidemargin 0.25in \def\sqr#1#2{{\vcenter{\hrule height.#2pt \hbox{\vrule width.#2pt height#1pt \kern#1pt \vrule width.#2pt} \hrule height.#2pt}}} \def\square{{\mathchoice\sqr64\sqr64\sqr{4.2}3\sqr{3.0}3}} \def\undertext#1{$\underline{\smash{\hbox{#1}}}$} \pagestyle{empty} \begin{document} %----------------------------------------------------% %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% CLASSICAL MECHANICS %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% %----------------------------------------------------% \begin{center} {\bf ADVANCED MECHANICS --- PHY--4241/5227}\\\vspace {2mm} {\bf HOMEWORK 2}\\% \vspace {3mm} (\today) \\ \vspace {1mm}{Due on Monday, January 20, 2003} \\ \end{center} \setcounter{equation}{0} \bigskip %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% \centerline{\bf PROBLEM 4} \medskip Consider a particle of mass $m\!\equiv\!1$ moving, from $x_1\!=\!0$ at time $t_1\!=\!0$ to $x_2\!=\!1$ at time $t_2\!=\!\pi/2$, under the influence of a one-dimensional anharmonic potential

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