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    Question Solving differential equations with Initial condition

    Use P(0)= 3.9 as the initial condition to find the particular solution to the following differential equations. Possibly easier to solve for constants a and b? Any help would be greatly appreciated... Is more info needed?

    y=0.01x + 0.4063 R^2= 0.9008

    y=-3E-05x + 0.0208 R^2= 0.0092
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    Maybe you can rewrite your equations? Or maybe I'm just clueless , because I thought differential equations always containted a \frac{dy}{dx} somewhere in them. Did you mean for one of the variables you used to denote \frac{dy}{dx} ? I could be wrong, and its possible that I just don't understand this type of differential equation, but who knows. Lets see what other people post
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