^{37}The two solutions for ω (one at +1 radian per second and the other at −1 radian per second) merely indicate the
circuit is able to oscillate “forward” as well as “backward”. In other words, it is able to oscillate sinusoidally where the positive
peak occurs at time t = 0 (+1 rad/sec) as well as oscillate sinusoidally where the negative peak occurs at time t = 0 (−1
rad/sec). We will find that solutions for s in general are symmetrical about the real axis, meaning if there is any solution for s
requiring an imaginary number value, there will be two of them: one with a positive imaginary value and the other with a
negative imaginary value.