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Timburton91

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- Homework Statement
- Damped Simple Harmonic Motion

- Relevant Equations
- x(t)=e^-kt cos(2πft)

Hi guys sorry if this is the wrong thread,

I have a damped simple harmonic motion pictured below, i have to find the inerval t=0 and t=1 for which the amplitude of x(t) is considered to be zero.

The behaviour of the graph below can be described as e^-kt cos(2πft)

k=0.7s^-1 and f= 3Hz

I have a damped simple harmonic motion pictured below, i have to find the inerval t=0 and t=1 for which the amplitude of x(t) is considered to be zero.

The behaviour of the graph below can be described as e^-kt cos(2πft)

k=0.7s^-1 and f= 3Hz

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