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I don't know how much is x(t)The damping coefficient is ## b ## in your formula. Do you know how to solve ## e^{-\frac{b}{2m}t}=\frac{1}{2} ## for ## t ## ? .

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The sinusoidal oscillation is assumed to happen at a much higher frequency with small damping, so that the period of the oscillation ## T ## is quite short, and you don't need to consider the term ## \cos(\omega t ) ##. The amplitude is ## A e^{- \frac{b}{2m} t} ##.I don't know how much is x(t)

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Ok, thank you and what about x(t)The sinusoidal oscillation is assumed to happen at a much higher frequency with small damping, so that the period of the oscillation ## T ## is quite short, and you don't need to consider the term ## \cos(\omega t ) ##. The amplitude is ## A e^{- \frac{b}{2m} t} ##.

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Yeah, I know how to proceed from here ## A e^{-\frac{b}{2m} t}=\frac{1}{2} Ae^{-\frac{b}{2m} 0} ##,. I got t=3.036s. I hope that this is correct

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That's true. I did plug 0.69. Thank you!

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