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    Differentail Equation

    dh=[b*(k*e^(2*a*b*t)-1)/(k*e^(2*a*b*t)+1)]*dt,

    where a>0 b>0 and k>0 are constants and k#1
    I need to find some solution.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emilly View Post
    dh=[b*(k*e^(2*a*b*t)-1)/(k*e^(2*a*b*t)+1)]*dt,

    where a>0 b>0 and k>0 are constants and k#1
    I need to find some solution.
    Off-hand, I'd suggest the substitution u = e^{2abt} and then use partial fractions.
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