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Start by writing all three initial state equations: position, velocity and acceleration. Then see how you can combine them to eliminate one of the unknowns.

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Edit: I suggest you change your unknowns from A and phi to something more direct.

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Thank you @haruspex and @Orodruin! I have solved the problem now.

Start by writing all three initial state equations: position, velocity and acceleration. Then see how you can combine them to eliminate one of the unknowns.

Many thanks!

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Thanks @haruspex! I did understand your comment, which I agree, would be very useful skill to have!

Many thanks,

Callum

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