Could anyone help with this?

a(t)= -g/b^2(v(t)^2 - b^2)

i need to find t in terms of v, b, g, vo,

I think I need to separate the variables but not sure how to progress.

Thanks.

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- April 8th 2008, 11:41 AMthermalwarrioracceleration with respect to time
Could anyone help with this?

a(t)= -g/b^2(v(t)^2 - b^2)

i need to find t in terms of v, b, g, vo,

I think I need to separate the variables but not sure how to progress.

Thanks. - April 8th 2008, 12:13 PMtopsquark
- April 8th 2008, 12:26 PMthermalwarrior
thats spot on, thanks!

one question- can you explain what you meant by the integral in trivial?

thanks again - April 8th 2008, 01:10 PMtopsquark