Is true, as:Originally Posted by scorpion007
as the two integrals on the RHS are given,
But as on , so:
thanks a lot!
I have another question:
Given that there is 12.5 kg (12500 g) or chlorine at time t=0 in a pool, use the Euler's method of approximation with h=30 to solve this differential equation:
Q is amount of chlorine in grams
t is in minutes.
Basically I have to fill a table like so:
Any suggestions?Code:| n | | | ------------------ | 0 | 0 | 12500 | | 1 | | | ... | 5 | | |