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Task 1

Task 1
For the shown spring-mass-damper system. Let m=1 kg, b = 2 N.s/m, k = 2 N/m and f(t) = sin2t N.
(a) Write the equation of motion.
(b) Find the amplitude of the steady state oscillations.
(c) In steady state, find the time delay in seconds between the mass position and At).
(d) Find the steady state maximum acceleration.

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Task 1 For the shown spring-mass-damper system. Let m=1 kg, b = 2 N.s/m, k = 2 N/m and f(t) = sin2t N. (a) Write the equation of motion. (b) Find the amplitude of the steady state oscillations. (c) In steady state, find the time delay in seconds between the mass position and At). (d) Find the steady state maximum acceleration.

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