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I know the the angular frequency is a function of both masses not just one mass like a fixed system.

im really stuck on this one

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I know the the angular frequency is a function of both masses not just one mass like a fixed system.

im really stuck on this one

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Astronuc

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Are you sure about x1 = 0 and x2 = 0?

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Just goggle coupled harmonic osciallators or normal modes.

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