# (1 point) If the differential equation d2x m 7 dx dt + 8x = 0 dt2... (1 point) If the differential equation d2x m 7 dx dt + 8x = 0 dt2 is overdamped, the range of values for m is? Your answer will be an interval of numbers given in the form (1,2), (1,2), (-inf,6], etc. ##### Add Answer of: (1 point) If the differential equation d2x m 7 dx dt + 8x = 0 dt2...
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