anonymous
  • anonymous
A 1000L brine tank is filled with 15kg of salt. The tank is constantly mixed. Water enters and exits at 10L/min. Set up a differential equation for the amount of salt at any time.
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Give me a minute
anonymous
  • anonymous
dy/dt = (rate in) - (rate out)... rate in = 0 (only water is entering the tank) rate out = (y(t)/1000) kg/L * 10 L/min = y(t)/100 kg/min... dy/dt = -y/100
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thats correct

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Shouldn't t be in the equation?
anonymous
  • anonymous
dy/dt = -y(t)/100
anonymous
  • anonymous
It is correct how it is now... What you'll have to do now is just integrate by separation of variables or by using the integrating factor.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Using an integrating factor may be the easiest route. Don't forget to use the initial condition: y(0) = 15kg to obtain the particular solution.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So if \[y \prime(t) = -y(t)/100\] then \[y(t)=-1/100t + C\]?
anonymous
  • anonymous
No... y(t) = ce^(-t/100) So when t = 10, The particular solution will be: y = 15e^(-t/100)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sorry, when t = 0
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ah, okay. Gotcha. Thank you very much.

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