Posted by **xX_Supaman_Xx** on Friday, December 14, 2007 at 7:01pm.

how would i solve the differential equation

dx/dt=-kx^2

i.e. solve for x as a function of t.

I've been told to rearrange the equation to yield

dx/x^2=-k dt

but what can and should I do now?

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