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Posted by **bryant** on Tuesday, October 30, 2012 at 6:18pm.

Interested in the rate of women coming in and out.

Set up a differential equation to the model the situation.

My first mistake I'm guessing was thinking about this like a mixture problem. The answer is dW/dt = 25 - 2W/(100 - t).

Can someone explain to me the thought process? I have no idea where the 't' comes from and why 100 is being subtracted by it. The 2W as well I have no idea about.

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