# Math Help - Weird Differential Equation Problem

1. ## Weird Differential Equation Problem

I'm stuck on this problem, and I can't seem to find another problem similar to it. It seems like it should be easy, but I just can't seem to make it work. (I've only had experience with your typical separable differential equations). I would really appreciate some help!

dy/dx = 2 - y(t)

2. The variables are soon separated writing...

$\frac{dy}{2-y}=dx$ (1)

... and the integration of (1) is immediate...

Kind regards

$\chi$ $\sigma$

P.S. In the Thorpie's post is written 'y(t)'... a think it's a trivial mistake and it have to be read as 'y(x)' ...