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Hi, I found you on Chegg and again on here with your help on others. You seem very knowledgeable, I was wondering if you can help me with this project. I have attached the description and the two

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As a spring is heated, its spring constant decreases (see the figure). Suppose the spring is heated to that the spring constant at time t is given by k(t)=6-t (N/m). If the unforced mass-spr

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y”‘-13y”+42y’=60e^x, y(0)=27, y'(0)=12, y”(0)=11 y(x)=?

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Hi, So my price is $15, i have to get full credit. Thanks you

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Hi, Can you help me again? Do you remember that you solve my final exam? Now, the problem 5 (b) is changed. Thus, Can you solve Problem 5 (b) again? I post your solution and new problem 5

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