1/v dv=-ke^(s/h) ds Where k is a constant Im trying to get v as a function of s by sep. of variables and am fairly confused by the algebra. Any help would be appreciated.

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Originally Posted by msu_15 1/v dv=-ke^(s/h) ds Where k is a constant Im trying to get v as a function of s by sep. of variables and am fairly confused by the algebra. Any help would be appreciated. What is h? If it is just another constant then your equation is ready to be integrated...

Originally Posted by msu_15 1/v dv=-ke^(s/h) ds Where k is a constant Im trying to get v as a function of s by sep. of variables and am fairly confused by the algebra. Any help would be appreciated. The variables are already separated in this case. My solution only works if k and h are constants too. Integrating : Can you solve it from there? I tried going further but could only get to s^s =f(v)

h is a constant as well. my bad