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At a rate t seconds the displacement of a damped harmonic
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At a rate t seconds the displacement of a damped harmonic oscillation is given by the equation: S=5e0.2t sin t
Determin the coordinates and the nature of the turning points in the range ≤ 0 t ≤ 2π
0.2t is the square of 5e
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HiThank you for using this site.When do you need the answer? Do you need a graph also of this ?
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No but all the workings and the min  max turning points
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Answer in sometime within 6 hours would be fine
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Is this a calculus question? or just a precalculus question? (because the solution may depend on what subject or topic are you in)
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SQA Unit  DG4P 35.Website  http://www.sqa.org.uk/files/hn/DDG4P35.pdf will have the test criteria
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So you only need the coordinates of the maximum and the minimum points within the interval 0 ≤ t ≤ 2pi right? So I will just differentiate, then equate the first derivatives to zero in order to find them.
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