An object on a simple oscillating, undamped spring may be modelled by the differential equation I&quot;(t) = -1(t), where r(t) describes the signed...
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An object on a simple oscillating, undamped spring may be modelled by the differential equation
I&quot;(t) = -1(t),
where r(t) describes the signed length of the spring at time t.
1. (a) The trivial solution r(t) = 0 satisfies this differential equation. Describe what physical scenario this
solution represents.
(b) Find at least three other solutions to the differential equation.
(c) Describe what it means for this differential equation to have multiple solutions. What do the solutions
represent?

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