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I need somewhere to start this problem. Were working on integrals in class and I need help with this Application.
Question: Water flows into an empty storage tank at a rate of V'(t)= 40e^(0.01t) liters per minute. How much water is in the storage tank after 20 minutes?
What I did to set it up was I setup the integral from 0 to 20 with the integrand being 40e^(0.01t). Now from here do I just take the antiderivative and then plug in my times and subract them from eachother?

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Yes, you would have:
Since the tank is initially empty, i.e. we then have:

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Okay I got everything you said. The only thing is I try to do U substitution but I'm not sure if that would work. Im getting U= .01t, DU= .01dt. So I dont know if i multiply the 40 by the reciprocal of .01 or what?

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Okay I got it to be 40(e^.01(20)) and got it to be 792.03986. To the nearest thousandth would be 792.039 liters

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I did something wrong. Damn it.

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Your substitution is what I would use:
and so we now have:
Note: For the last step I used the rule

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For the answer I got 8.008 liters? Did I do something wrong?
4000*[e^0  e^(.01)*(1/5)] and got 8.008 liters.

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In liters, we have:

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What happens to the .01 inside the e function?

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We did away with that when we substituted. We rewrote the definite integral in terms of u.