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2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

Actually I have very basic knowledge of university physics and math, so the only things I've done are calculating Hamilton equations (I hope correctly)

q'=p2+p1

p'=-(q2+q1)

and f3 as I guess it was poisson brackets

f3=4q2p2-4q1p1

Now I don't have enough theoretical mechanics knowledge to move on, any help would be very welcome. Thanks!

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# Homework Help: Hamilton method

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