Solve the following initial value problem, use t as the variable. Is the question asking me to solve for or ? Anyway, I did both...
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it's asking for y --- in any intial value problem you always want y
Originally Posted by Calculus26 it's asking for y --- in any intial value problem you always want y So in this problem, when t = 0, y = what??? is it 3?
saying y =3 when t = 0 whenever you have dy/dt = kt y = y(0)e^(kt)
Originally Posted by Calculus26 saying y =3 when t = 0 whenever you have dy/dt = kt y = y(0)e^(kt) Is it how I should graph it?
absolutely
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