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could B d/dt (x

dot{x} is supposed to be a "dot" over a x. Just a formatting problem

_{1}-x_{2}) be equal to B (dot{x}_{1}- dot{x}_{2})? Thank you!dot{x} is supposed to be a "dot" over a x. Just a formatting problem

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dot{x} is supposed to be a "dot" over a x. Just a formatting problem

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- [itex]\displaystyle\frac{\text{d}}{\text{d}t}\!\left(\alpha x\right) = \alpha\dot{x}[/itex]
- [itex]\displaystyle\frac{\text{d}}{\text{d}t}\!\left(x_1 + x_2\right) = \dot{x}_1 + \dot{x}_2[/itex]

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Thank you!

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