Hello

,

My thinking:

Rearrange the equation and you will get this:

Integrate it...

I think that the absolutes can be ignored, in that case I get:

But the correct f(x) is something very different.(Wondering)

Thanks for your help.

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- Dec 9th 2008, 01:23 AMTauA differential equation
Hello

,

My thinking:

Rearrange the equation and you will get this:

Integrate it...

I think that the absolutes can be ignored, in that case I get:

But the correct f(x) is something very different.(Wondering)

Thanks for your help. - Dec 9th 2008, 02:01 AMKrizalid
- Dec 9th 2008, 02:15 AMTau
The "answer" to this problem is:

According to the book.

Don't ask me what it means or in what context it is a "answer". - Dec 9th 2008, 02:42 AMmr fantastic