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    Integration Confusion

    Problem solved.
    Last edited by Dae; June 28th 2006 at 04:36 PM.
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    I don't follow your work, but using the integrating method goes like this.

    \frac{dM}{dt}=-kM

    \frac{1}{M}dM=-kdt

    \ln|M|=-kt+C

    M=Ce^{-kt}
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    Thanks Jameson, I think I get that.
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    Dae, do not EVER delete your original post once your question was answered.
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