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tickle_monste
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dT_{B}/dt = -k(T_{B}-T_{M}).
T_{M} is held constant.
(T_{B}-T_{M}) = Q, so:
dT_{B}/Q = -kdt.
How would I change this equation so that instead of integrating wrt to T_{B}, I can instead integrate wrt Q?
T_{M} is held constant.
(T_{B}-T_{M}) = Q, so:
dT_{B}/Q = -kdt.
How would I change this equation so that instead of integrating wrt to T_{B}, I can instead integrate wrt Q?