You should be able to solve now.
hello everyone, im trying to do a voltage analysis for some electric circuit in my homework assingment and deduced the following equation:
(a - v(t) )^2 = c*v'(t)
a,c - constants
now i dont remember much from the differential equations course i took in first year, but i dont think we learned how to solve a none linear equation
so can anyone explain to me how to solve such a thing ?