# General solution

1. Jan 1, 2006

### ElDavidas

hi all,

how do you find the particular integral of

$$\ddot{c} + \alpha c = \frac {\lambda L} {2lm} - g$$

I can find the complementary function of the above. Not sure what to do from here tho.

2. Jan 1, 2006

### Fermat

Well, the rhs is just a constant value. So for the p.i., just divide the rhs by α, the coefficient of c (on the lhs).