After flipping it to get dT/dt, how would I solve the integral and rearrange for T? Help appreciated.
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How we got this. As i understand we get an equation like: dt = [ -K(T-5) + H ] dT Now integrating we get (-K+H) T^2 + 10 T = t We have to then solve this quadratic for T. Is that correct? Originally Posted by iamapineapple Is this correct?
Originally Posted by iamapineapple After flipping it to get dT/dt, how would I solve the integral and rearrange for T? Help appreciated. You don't flip the integral at all as your function is already in terms of T. Just integrate both sides.
Shoot, sorry, the equation was dT/dt = the equation
IF the problem was then write it as and integrate both sides. IF it was then write it as and integrate both sides. (To integrate on the left, let u= T- 5- H/K.) T will be an exponential of t.
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