Posted by **PPP** on Wednesday, November 23, 2011 at 2:47pm.

A quantity has the value P at time t seconds and is decreasing at a rate proportional to sqrt(P).

a) By forming and solving a suitable differential equation, show that P= (a - bt)^2 , where a and b are constants.

Given that when t= 0, P = 400,

b) find the value of a.

Given also that when t= 30, P = 100,

c) find the value of P when t = 50.

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