1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Assuming that the drag force magnitude is given by the equation D= bv, where b is the drag parameter and v is the instantaneous velocity magnitude of the object. (a) Show that the vertical displacement through which a dropped object must fall from to reach X% of its terminal velocity is given by the equation: Δy= (v^2ty/g)*[(X/100)-ln((100-x)/100)) where vty is the object's terminal velocity. 2. Relevant equations v=(-mg/b)*(1-e^(-bt/m)) 3. The attempt at a solution I honestly ran around in circles with this problem trying to integrate the given equation desperately trying to figure out what this problem was asking for exactly. Then I integrated v=(-mg/b)*(1-e^(-bt/m)). No luck there attempting to recreate the given equation for about three hours now.