Posted by **ae** on Tuesday, April 10, 2007 at 8:43pm.

find the solution of the differential equation dy/dt = ky, k a constant, that satisfies the given conditions:

y(0)=50, y(5)=100

please show steps.

INtegrate dy/dt

I think the answer will be in the form of y=e^kt + C

check that and see if it works.

You should be memorizing your integral forms.

but how do i find k?

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