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Can't seem to set this problem up
Suppose a tree grows at a yearly rate equal to 1/10 of its height. If the tree is 10 ft tall now, how tall will it be in 5 years?
dy/dx=x/10
y=(x^2)/20+c
Im almost guessing this is right so far, if so will the 10ft be my constant?
Suppose a tree grows at a yearly rate equal to 1/10 of its height. If the tree is 10 ft tall now, how tall will it be in 5 years?
dy/dx=x/10
y=(x^2)/20+c
Im almost guessing this is right so far, if so will the 10ft be my constant?