# second order equation

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1. Write the given second order equation as its equivalent system of first order equations.

Use to represent the "velocity function", i.e. .

Use and for the two functions, rather than and . (The latter confuses webwork. Functions like are ok.)

2. Write the given second order equation as its equivalent system of first order equations.

Use to represent the "velocity function", i.e. .

Use and for the two functions, rather than and . (The latter confuses webwork. Functions like are ok.)

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1. Write the given second order equation as its equivalent system of first order equations.

Use to represent the "velocity function", i.e. .

Use and for the two functions, rather than and . (The latter confuses webwork. Functions like are ok.) ...

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