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A motorboat weighs 32000 lb and its motor provides a thrust of 5000lb. Assume that the water resistance is 100 pounds for eachfood per second of the speed v of the boat. Then the equationmodeling the motion is 1000 (dv/dt) = 5000100v. how did they get 1000 dv/dt.If the boat start from rest what is the maximum velocity it can attain?
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A motorboat weighs 32000 lb and its motor provides a thrust of 5000lb. Assume that the water resistance is 100 pounds for eachfood per second of the speed v of the boat. Then the equationmodeling the motion is 1000 (dv/dt) = 5000100v. how did they get 1000 dv/dt.If the boat start from rest what is the maximum velocity it can attain?
 one year ago
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i cant solve this part how did they get 1000 dv/dt.
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actor4evaBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
because your ugly retricetranny gf is a dumb feather
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