M morganfor Oct 2008 70 0 Oct 4, 2009 #1 how does one solve the differential equation: dP/dt=aP^k? thanks!
chisigma Mar 2009 2,162 993 near Piacenza (Italy) Oct 4, 2009 #2 First you write the DE as... \(\displaystyle \frac{dP}{P^{k}} = a\cdot dt\) ... and then you integrate both terms... Kind regards \(\displaystyle \chi\) \(\displaystyle \sigma\)
First you write the DE as... \(\displaystyle \frac{dP}{P^{k}} = a\cdot dt\) ... and then you integrate both terms... Kind regards \(\displaystyle \chi\) \(\displaystyle \sigma\)