Free Vibration Problem, Other Engineering

I have a multi-part three mass, three spring and three coordinate system that I need to find:
The free vibration of the second mode
Magnitude of the steady-state force based on a given force
The generalized mass and stiffness
Show these are related to the natural frequency
find the orthonormal eigenvector
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