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p-please help /sci/
I'm struggling with a few differential equations questions and would greatly appreciate some guidance.
So i'm trying to find equations in terms of Q
dQ/dt=(m-n)Q , m=0.1, n=0.06,
Fairly certain I ended up with the right thing Q=200e^t/25
My actual trouble was with the DE:
dQ/dt=(m-n-kQ)Q , m=0.1, n=0.06, k= positive constant
Any points in the right direction would be greatly appreciate. And yes, I already know this is sub-babby tier.
incredible stupid question
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if you move the point M along the AC line, then the lengths of BM and MA changes, which means that sin, cos, and tan of angle A also changes, even if the angle A is the same all time. I feel like an idiot now for not understanding what's wrong.