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are you taking calculus though?

calc 2

\[\frac{ dy }{ -ylny } = \frac{ 1 }{ 2 }dt\]

ill show the steps i have so far and can u tell me if im right or not?

\[\frac{-1}{y \ln (\frac{y}{2})} dy= dt \]

He is doing separation of variables.

I think he meant to divide -yln(y/2) on both sides.

and then he multiplied both sides by dt