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    First Order Non Linear -getting started

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    It's been awhile since I've solved a differential equation. The L,D,R,T,M, Re are constants.
    p(L,t)=(14.7+95t)

    trying to get a result that shows mass m with respect to time t.
    m(t)=.....
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    Re: First Order Non Linear -getting started

    Combining those constants, we can write that as (m')^2= A- Bm^2 so that dm/sqrt(A- Bm^2)= dt. That should be easy to integrate.
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