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L = T - V

V = e^(x1-x2) + e^(x2-x3) for n = 3 and a mass = 1

What I believe:

T = .5Ʃ (x'_i)^2 from 1 to n

So lets say you have three bodys that can just be considered pints masses of 1 and on the same line:

x1 x2 x3

They have an exponential potential. What is L?

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# Lagrangian of three bodies, using an exponential potential

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