1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A spring mass system has the equation of motion: c1e^(-t)*sin(t) + c2e^(-t)*cos(t) + 3*sin(t) Is there damping in the system? Is there resonance in the system? 3. The attempt at a solution If I had to guess I would say that the 3*sin(t) at the end of the equation would give it resonance because of the periodic motion of the sin function. Also--this is also a guess-- there could be damping that's caused by the negative exponents on both of the exponentials. The graph for e^(-t) decreases to zero, so maybe that signifies how the movement of the spring is constantly being counteracted by the force of friction until eventually it comes to rest. Then again, I could be completely wrong. I'm only typing this so that you know I'm giving it a shot. Can someone please help me out here. Obviously, my answers are wrong! Thanks in advance for any help!