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comment Writing equation for amplitude of driven harmonic oscillator in Lorentzian form
Thanks. One thing though, how come your blue curve doesn't (appear) to have two peaks? When I plotted both curves, the original curve had two peaks, at $\omega_d = \omega_0$ and $\omega_d = -\omega_0$
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comment Writing equation for amplitude of driven harmonic oscillator in Lorentzian form
@Vibert I am not given any information in the question that would allow me to deduce which is smaller. In fact, I have provided all the information that was given to me above.
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