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**given** Hello,

I’m trying to solve for the integral of B as a function of time.

Please forgive the simple-text formatting of the Eqs, for some reason they are losing formatting when I paste them from word.

dB/dt=c-eB-aB^2

I have reworked it to:

dB/(c-eB-aB^2 )=dt

But am unable to simplify it to a point where I can integrate it.

I appreciate any guidance on how to approach this. I have looked through engineering solutions on ordinary Dif eqs. But couldn’t find an example that was helpful.

Thanks