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This is from an advanced college physics class, and I'm only in a Calc 1 right now. I've finished the whole problem except for this last part, which deals with a second order differential equation, which I don't know how to do yet.

Givens: B, L, A, m, σ, θ (all are constant)

From what I have below, I need to get everything in terms of the givens, x, and t

I have reduced everything down to this:

[PLAIN]http://img718.imageshack.us/img718/513/phy.png [Broken]

The first equation is from the problem, the second gets it in differential equation form.

Like I said above, I've solved the whole problem except what I haven't learned how to do yet.

Thanks!

~Axe

## Homework Statement

Givens: B, L, A, m, σ, θ (all are constant)

From what I have below, I need to get everything in terms of the givens, x, and t

## Homework Equations

I have reduced everything down to this:

[PLAIN]http://img718.imageshack.us/img718/513/phy.png [Broken]

The first equation is from the problem, the second gets it in differential equation form.

## The Attempt at a Solution

Like I said above, I've solved the whole problem except what I haven't learned how to do yet.

Thanks!

~Axe

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