Homework 2 due September 15, 2004.

Due Wednesday, September 15, 2004. Grader: Baoyang Deng (bdeng2@nd.edu).
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Homework 2 due September 15, 2004.

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  1. E2.4. As a starting point, show that the nonlinear equations are of the form
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    where F is the applied force and then do parts a, c, e and g.
  2. E2.20 parts a, c, e and g.
  3. E2.23 parts a, c, e and g.
  4. E2.27 parts a, c, e and g.
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Homework 2.

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Professor Goodwine,

In the differential equations sytem, can I consider (m/M) approx. equal to zero in the linearization process?

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Re: Homework 2.

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wcaldero wrote:Professor Goodwine,In the differential equations sytem, can I consider (m/M) approx. equal to zero in the linearization process?

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I don't think you want to or need to do that. Only the state variables or applied forces should be considered approximately zero.
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Mathematica files

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You can find the mathematica files I went over in class here.
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