I failed on question #6 on Exam #3, Does any
body know where in the Problems set, I could find any similar exercises?
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If you are referring to the "tank of brine" question, this is a problem in solving differential equations. (A whole course is devoted to learning how to tackle the more complicated equations). But in this case, the equations can be solved easily, once you learn how.
Gives some examples. btw, he uses IVP , which stands for Initial value problem, which is the category of problem.
You may also see this type of problem
Well, I don't know if it's alright to respond without an answer, but I wish somebody will tell me,
Thank's a lot for your response Phi, As you say I might wait to look into a course on Differential Equation before diving into these.
Do you know if I can find any good course on what you send, KhanAcademy, tutorial.math.alar?
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I would not tackle Diff eqs yet.
Off-hand I don't know where they discuss this type problem in the course material, but I can try to find it.
I know that on OCW MIT, There is a course that someboy should take after 18.02 (Mutivariable calculus) But this course is not as convenient to follow as 18.02 and 18.01.
And im not looking into diving right away into it, I will surely wait to have followed 18.02 before that.
In the very last section of Applications of Integration
is the closest I can find.
Paul's notes and Khan's videos are probably more helpful
Well that is very helpful,
Thank's a lot, I will totaly looked into these Notes and Video.,
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