Differential Equations, math homework help

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Consider the initial value problem


modeling the motion of a spring-mass-dashpot system initially at rest and subjected to an applied force F(t), where the unit of force is the Newton (N). Assume that m = 2 kilograms, c = 8 kilograms per second, k = 80 Newtons per meter, and the applied force in Newtons is
{20, 0<=t<=pi/2

{0, t>pi/2

For t > \pi/2,  y(t) =

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