The volume of water remaining in a hot tub when it is being drained satisfies the differential equation dV/dt = −2 ( V)^(1/2) , where V is the number of cubic feet of water that remain t minutes after the drain is opened. Find V if the tub initially contained 121 cubic feet of water.

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The volume of water remaining in a hot tub when it is being drained satisfies the differential equation dV/dt = −2 ( V)^(1/2) , where V is the number of cubic feet of water that remain t minutes after the drain is opened. Find V if the tub initially contained 121 cubic feet of water.

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First separate variables and solve the differential equation for V
\[dV/V ^{1/2} = -2dt\]
so \[\int\limits_{?}^{?}dV/V ^{1/2} = \int\limits_{?}^{?} -2dt\]

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where both of those are indefinite integrals
alright great! I've got it from there! Thank you very much.
No problem, let me know if you get stuck anywhere else with this one
\[V = t ^{2}-22t+121\] was the final answer i found
yes i did too except i left it as (-t+11)^2
perfect :)
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