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  1. Apr 7, 2007 #1
    1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

    2. Relevant equations



    3. The attempt at a solution
     
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  3. Apr 7, 2007 #2
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    PLEASE HELP
     
  4. Apr 7, 2007 #3

    arildno

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    1. You must state the problem
    Yes, that means posting the problem here. At Pf.

    2. You must show your own work.
     
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  7. Apr 7, 2007 #6
    its the first question
     
  8. Apr 7, 2007 #7
    the second link works i think
     
  9. Apr 7, 2007 #8
    can you try it and let me know if i should type it
     
  10. Apr 7, 2007 #9

    arildno

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    Okay second link works, so what have you done so far? :smile:
     
  11. Apr 7, 2007 #10
    are you still there
     
  12. Apr 7, 2007 #11

    arildno

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    Indeed, what have you done so far?
     
  13. Apr 7, 2007 #12
    i did a) and got 500 kg
     
  14. Apr 7, 2007 #13

    daniel_i_l

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    This isn't a chat room, it takes a few minutes before you get responses.
     
  15. Apr 7, 2007 #14
    on b i am trying to integrate and got x=(8/5)ln{1+5t}
     
  16. Apr 7, 2007 #15
    i really do not think that is correct though
     
  17. Apr 7, 2007 #16

    arildno

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    on a)+b), you are correct.
     
  18. Apr 7, 2007 #17

    arildno

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    But it is.
     
  19. Apr 7, 2007 #18
    is integration the wrong method?
     
  20. Apr 7, 2007 #19
    oh ok thank you, I am having trouble with c and d though
     
  21. Apr 7, 2007 #20

    arildno

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    Eeh, do you even take time to read the replies you get??

    Slow down a bit, will you?
     
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