## free-falling bodies

I am having trouble on this problem.

An object of mass 10 kg is dropped from a great height. (a) If the object is subjected to air resistance equivalent to 10 times the instantaneous velocity, find the velocity. (b) How far does the object drop after 5 sec?

Ok so I thought the equation would be:

10(dv/dt) = 98-10v

but when i do the integrating factor or seperable i don't get the answer. Can someone tell me what i am doing wrong.

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