P2207_fall10_lecture19 - strong damping (thats why they...

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t x(t) t v(t) t v(t) t v(t) A. Which of the following corresponds to the velocity v(t) of the particle whose position x(t) is as shown below? C. B.
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Unformatted text preview: strong damping (thats why they hardly ever twist!) Which of the following corresponds to the acceleration a(t) of the particle whose position x(t) is as shown below? t x(t) t a(t) t a(t) t a(t) A. C. B....
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