3 thoughts on “3.17”

  1. When you solve for y(t) the first time, your answer seems to be in the form of:
    Bsin(Omega_d*t) + Xp
    (Xp being the particular solution as pulled from the table)
    Should there also be the e^(-Zeta*Omega_n*t) multiplied in there as well? To give:
    e^(-.0194*t)*-1.721sin(3.873*t) + 6.667t
    It still gives a really slight difference in the formula, but I'm trying to figure out if I missed something.

    Thanks as always!

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