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Consider the coupled pendulum system shown in Figure E7.44.
a) Use Lagrange’s equations to derive the equations of motion. Include the effects of gravity. Put the results in matrix form.
b) For m_{1} = 10 kg, m_{2}= 15 kg, m_{3} = 5 kg, k_{1} = k_{2} = 100 N/m, L_{1} = 0.5 m, and L_{2} = 0.4 m, determine the natural frequencies and mode shapes of the system.
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