A drug is administered intravenously at a constant rate of r mg/hour and is excreted at a rate proportional to the quantity present, with constant of proportionality k>0.

(Set up and) Solve a differential equation for the quantity, Q, in milligrams, of the drug in the body at time t hours. Assume there is no drug in the body initially. Your answer will contain r and k.

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I started with dQ/dt = r - kQ

then got:

(dQ/dt) / [(r/k) - Q] = k (I factored out k from the above equation)

integrating:

ln((r/k)-Q) = kt + C

solving for Q, I get Q = (r/k) - ce^(kt)

Where am I wrong? Thanks