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how do you integrate the left side: dp/(200p-p^2)=kdt

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  1. rahul91
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    give -ve sign to RHS take square of->1\2 of 200 = 100^2 add and subtract it from denominator of LHS now its of the form 1\(x^2-a^2) apply formulae

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    use rational-subst it will work

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    |dw:1350186499195:dw|

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    |dw:1350186643407:dw|

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    ok i got it thanks

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    that should A=B=1/200, right ?

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