Determine the time response for the system, Mechanical Engineering

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For two waves period, determine the time response x(t) for the system (ignoring viscous damping effect only)  Give=n: X0=0.09615 , θ(radians)=0.110*π , μk=0.80000 , μs=0.90000 , K= 1024 , c=4

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