Brownian Motion, Mean Square Value

1. Dec 2, 2008

CharmedQuark

I'm not sure where this belongs but I figure that this is the right place for it.

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
The equation is m*v'(t)+$$\mu$$*v(t)=f(t), where m is mass, $$\mu$$ is the drag coefficient, and f(t) is some random function. I am asked to find the values for v(t), <v2>, and <x2>

2. Relevant equations
Uhh...

3. The attempt at a solution
Okay the first part is an easy DE for which I got v(t) I got v(t)=Ce-$$\mu$$t/m+(e-$$\mu$$t/m)/m*$$\int$$e$$\mu$$t/mf(t)dt, where C is an arbitrary constant. I have no idea how to go about finding the other two answers. I am supposed to find them analytically but I am not sure how to go about this. Any help is greatly appreciated.