Lets say I have an equation,(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex]y=\alpha e^{\beta W}[/tex]

where,

[tex]\alpha = a e^{b f}[/tex] and [tex]\beta = c f + d[/tex]

[tex]W = \int^{T}_{0}f dt[/tex]

My problem now is, what happen if [tex]f[/tex] is changing with time [tex]t[/tex], [tex]f(t)[/tex]

How do I modify my main equation, [tex]y[/tex], so that it become an continuous-time function, [tex]y(t)[/tex].

Thank you.

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