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Damped Oscillations
1. (a) For each of following graphs, determine
if graph shows damped oscillation.
(b) if it shows damped oscillation :
(i) identify damping factor
(ii)where damping occurs

Note : use a graphing calculator to sketch these graphs

f(x) = ¡î5 cos 1.2 x
f(x) = x sin 4x
f(x) = x©ø sin 5x

  • physics help -

    f(x)=squareroot5cos1.2x

    f(x)=xsin4x

    f(x)=x^3sin5x

  • physics help -

    is it no damping for all of them

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    None of these equation have damping

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