#1
‎13.57. An unhappy 0.300-kg rodent, moving on the end of a spring with force constant k = 2.50 N/m, is acted on by a damping force F x = -bvx . (a) If the constant b has the value 0.900 kg/s what is the frequency of oscillation of the rodent? (b) For what value of the constant b will the motion be critically damped?


And I'm serious. Answer it please.
#2
Do your own damn homework, this shit's gonna be on your exam and you need to know how to do it.
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#4
I think it's answer B.


edit: shit, just realized its not multiple choice.
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#5
1)F=dp/dt
2)Laplace transform the shit out of it.
3)???????
4)profit!!!11
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#6
1) 3.26
2) type 0
3) F=ma
4) Imperium

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#7
Well if you subtract the 2 and carry the 1 then you get...

Shit all help from us cos it's not our homework.
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#9
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This isn't math or science though, it's for my philosophy exam!

Edit: You erased your post making me look like a dunce...

What kind of philosophy course makes you do math?
#11
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What kind of math course makes you do philosophy?


Not a very good one.
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#15
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A math class that teaches philosophy and not math. Philosophize that.


That's deep, man.