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A mass attached to two horizontal springs, vertical motion

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im curious now, i havent learned how to do power series expansions, would you mind explaining how to do it, i tried looking online but couldnt find a simple explanation for it
 
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im curious now, i haven't learned how to do power series expansions, would you mind explaining how to do it, i tried looking online but couldnt find a simple explanation for it
Here are a couple of links:

http://mathworld.wolfram.com/SeriesExpansion.html" [Broken].

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_series" [Broken]

Personally, I liked Andrew Mason's approach better than what I was doing with the full blown power series thing. That's one reason I quit responding once the configuration was settled.
 
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