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physics_student
12/03/11 4:44pm

I am new to Mathematica, and have been trying to solve the following integrals in Mathematica, however, I encounter problems with my calculations, as I am using t sub 1 and t sub 2 which I am not quite sure how to incorportate into the calculation. The problem is as follows in pseudocode:

x(t)= integral(0,t)d"t1" integral(0,t)d"t2" exp((-g/m("t1" - "t2"))*(s(t')/m)

I'd appreciate any comments or inputs, thank you.



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