Hey all, need help.
How do you find k once you have intergrated 1/NdN=kdt?
I've got to:
N=Ae^kt
And i'm told:
120=Ae^20k
Thanks
Trev
Hello, Trev!
Did they give us an initial condition?
. . . and we are given: .
We have: .
. . Integrate: .
. . Then: .
Assume that, when
. . Then we have: .
. . The function (so far) is: .
We are told that: .
. . Then we have: .
. . Take logs: .
. . Hence: .
Therefore: .
Edit: Darn, just realized that this identical to kalagota's solution.
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