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**1. Using V(x)= -max, in the following equation:**

[tex] \int_{x_0}^x \frac{dx}{\pm \sqrt{{\frac{2}{m}\{E-V\left( x\right)\}}}}

\ [/tex] = t - t

to get:

x = x

[tex] \int_{x_0}^x \frac{dx}{\pm \sqrt{{\frac{2}{m}\{E-V\left( x\right)\}}}}

\ [/tex] = t - t

_{0}to get:

x = x

_{0}+ v_{0}+ at^{2}/2**E is total energy and V(x) is potential energy. I have tried hard integrating it in various ways but do not seem to get the required result.**

**I would really appreciate in help or tips in this regard.**

When I use E - 0.5mv^2= V(x), the denominator becomes v and really does not help at all. If I do not do that, and use V(x) = -max that does not help either. I do not seem to be reaching the required equation in any way.

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