I'm really at a loss on how to integrate that right hand side, what do I need to do here?

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- Oct 19th 2011, 03:24 PMVitaXDifferential Equations - Integrating Trouble

I'm really at a loss on how to integrate that right hand side, what do I need to do here? - Oct 19th 2011, 03:39 PMSammySRe: Differential Equations - Integrating Trouble
- Oct 19th 2011, 03:45 PMVitaXRe: Differential Equations - Integrating Trouble
Yes the variable of integration is t and C1 is just some constant that I got integrating the problem earlier. It was originally a second order differential equation with the dependent variable missing. It's just I got down to this step and was confused on how to integrate it to finish it off. I'm a little confused on your work above, can you elaborate a little bit more? I thought a U substitution was useless here.

- Oct 19th 2011, 06:49 PMVitaXRe: Differential Equations - Integrating Trouble

Is this correct thus far?