Experiencing The World's Religions: Tradition, Challenge, And Change, 6th Edition

With the wide variety of religions that exist, DK provides a great overview of each religion. DK starts out by explaining the world view, or background of a religion, providing the reader with an overview of how a religion sees the world. He then discusses the basics of the faith such as scripture, beliefs, and other religious background information. This book provides a thorough insight into religion for every reader, beginners or advanced.

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What to do for the forces of the object with a mass

You have a box with a mass $m$ and a time-varying force $F(t) = k * sin(\omega * t)$ on it. 

What would happen to the velocity $v(t)$ of the mass?


My attempt:

$F(t) = v(t) * m * sin(\omega * t)$

$\frac dvdt = m * \omega * cos(\omega * t)$

$\frac dvm * \omega * cos(\omega * t) = sin(\omega * t) + \omega * sin(\omega * t) = \omega * sin(\omega * t)$

$\int \frac dv\omega * sin(\omega * t) = \int \frac dt\omega $

$v = \frac 1\omega * sin(\omega * t) + c_1$

$v = \frac 1\omega * sin(\omega * t) + \frac c_1c_2 * cos(\omega * t) + \frac c_3c_2 * sin(\omega * t) + c_1$

So, if I assume an initial condition $v = v_0$, I will have:

$\frac c_1c_2 = v_0$ and  $\frac c_3c_2 = \frac \omega * v_0cos(\omega * t_0)$

If $c_1 

eq 0$, then I will have that $v \to v_0$ as $t \to t_0$

If $c_