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d^2V_z/dt^2 = WdV_z/dt - dV_x/dt and d^2V_x/dt^2 = WdV_x/dt - dV_z/dt where W is a function linearly dependant to t. Any ideas how I could analytically solve this problem..?

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d^2V_z/dt^2 = WdV_z/dt - dV_x/dt and d^2V_x/dt^2 = WdV_x/dt - dV_z/dt where W is a function linearly dependant to t. Any ideas how I could analytically solve this problem..?

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1) Write out your equations using LaTeX (see the LaTeX Guide button for instructions),

and

2) Tell us what each of your variables are,

and

3) Describe, in words, what you are trying to do. Possibly with a diagram.

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