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    System of Tanks/DiffEQ

    Solve the mixing problem. At t = 0, the volume of solution in both tanks is 60 L and tank 1 contains 60 g of chemical whereas tank 2 contains 200 g of chemical.

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    The system of differential equations I ended up getting is:



    Is this right? How would I solve this?

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    I get the same system of differencial equations.

    Unless you want me explain how those numbers come from if you were not sure.
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