but isnt c just an arbitrary constant and assuming my c outside is a different constant would it still be correct or is there something special about this case, if there is can you explain why ... thanks in advance
but isnt c just an arbitrary constant and assuming my c outside is a different constant would it still be correct or is there something special about this case, if there is can you explain why ... thanks in advance
Your right c is an arbitrary constant but when multiplied by a function of t then it will change with respect to t (it's no longer fixed). This is really seen if you were given an initial condition were the value of c would be set.
oh right i get it now and can you please reply to my other thread called its called "how do is solve this differential eqn???" ive been waiting a while for that one and i still don't get it