here they want the y(t) equation so first what I tried doing was integrating t/2 so I got the factor was which equals to 2 so now I have to integrate which in the end would turn out to be so I can't help but feel I did something wrong???
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Originally Posted by akhayoon here they want the y(t) equation so first what I tried doing was integrating t/2 so I got the factor was which equals to 2 so now I have to integrate which in the end would turn out to be so I can't help but feel I did something wrong??? are you sure it isnt ?
yeah but wouldn't that be which means that it would equal ???
Originally Posted by akhayoon yeah but wouldn't that be which means that it would equal ??? ...remember that since and are inverse operations
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