I am kinda of looking for some step by step of this problem below because I am having some trouble grasping parts. Thanks, Tyler PS: 3t is all in e^, I guess that didn't show up well.
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Hello, Tyler! If you're "having some trouble grasping parts", . . this may be over your head . . . By parts: . Then: . By parts again: . Then: . Therefore: .
why would v be just e^t and not e^3t?
Originally Posted by Latszer why would v be just e^t and not e^3t? a typo that was carried through the whole solution. it shouldn't be difficult for you to go through and put in the 3's and 1/3's everywhere they should go.
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