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Homework Help: calculus-differential equation

Posted by Jeff on Tuesday, February 5, 2008 at 5:19pm.

Consider the differential equation:

(du/dt)=-u^2(t^3-t)

a) Find the general solution to the above differential equation. (Write the answer in a form such that its numerator is 1 and its integration constant is C).

u=?

b) Find the particular solution of the above differential equation that satisfies the condition u=4 at t=0.

u=?

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