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5 −2 2 • (b) x=y • ...... 11 the functional dependence of y on x is given explicitly by the right side of the equation; y is an explicit function of x.

1 ... . • . .. .. . . .. .. . .. ... . 23 Given that x1−11 is a factor, find the roots of the cubic x 31−17x 21+116x1−110. 26). 22, with one real root, x11=12 and the two complex roots x21=131+1i and x31=131−1i. 10) at x1=12 and x1=1823, respectively. 1 . .. . .. ... • .. ... .. . .. ... .. .. ... .. . .. .. . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 • . . . . . . . . . . . . • • ... .. .. .. .. .. ... . . . . .

9 Other examples are the swings of a pendulum, the vibrations of atoms in molecules and solids, the oscillating electric and magnetic fields in electromagnetic radiation. 20 The classical simple harmonic oscillator O• e q uilibrium x fo . rc. . . .. .. . e . . . . . . F. . . . . . . . = −kx ....

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