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I dont understand how you get from one step to another. . . has to do with differential equasions
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sweett2639 Group Title
I dont understand how you get from one step to another. . . has to do with differential equasions
 one year ago
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\[u70=e ^{\ln(u70)} = e ^{kt+C} = e ^{C}e ^{kt}\]
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ln(u70) + kt+C
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theyre in reverse order
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u7 = u70 well it simpliifies to this. by using the exponent properties right?
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i think. . . i'm not sure
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I am sure :)
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