# Daoine

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1. ## Differential Equations

Consider the spring - mass system, shown in Figure 4.2.4. consisting of two unit masses suspended from springs with spring constants 3 and 2, respectively. Assume that there is no damping in the system. Show that the displacements u1, and u2 of the masses

1. ## PHYSICS

asha which was your pressure value at a?

posted on January 12, 2014
2. ## PHYSICS(help)

I got a and c but the time is breaking my brain in 2. Any ideas?

posted on January 12, 2014
3. ## PHYSICS

I think we have to find out ƴ ant then use dp/p= ƴ/(ƴ-1) dT/T

posted on January 12, 2014
4. ## PHYSICS

dT/dh= - ƴ/(ƴ-1) Mg/Nk with ƴ/(ƴ-1) as a constant is what I remember of the temperature as a function of time. Still I can't comprehend entirely the problem.

posted on January 12, 2014
5. ## PHYSICS

Can anyone please explain the logic of the problem, not a solution a hint.

posted on January 11, 2014
6. ## physics

Well remember the work energy theorem First m1 has potencial energy mgR then it starts moving such as the block m1gR=1/2m1v(square2) + 1/2m2v(square2)

posted on January 11, 2014
7. ## Physics Classical Mechanics

I already got a and b but for c I thought that by equilibrium C will be the same as a, I'm confused could you give me a hint? Thanks.

posted on December 9, 2013
8. ## physic

Look ellie you're right about b and c and d is 650 =)

posted on December 7, 2013
9. ## physic

I think that the fecuency remains the same in D. Because source and observer are at rest. By the same I mean that it could be 650 or the one you at c.

posted on December 7, 2013
10. ## Physics Classical Mechanics

guys a is 25 for sure

posted on December 7, 2013
11. ## Physics Classical Mechanics

I did pretty much the same of what you're showing and I got a) 25, b) 2.5 and c) 0.64 I haven't check it yet because it is my last submission and I want to be sure.

posted on December 7, 2013