Hello out there,and pardon my dementia but:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I am a middle aged guy, bordering well on old now, who graduated from professional school in 1986 and I was already an older than most student at that time. I had one semester of calculus in 1973 and slipped through with a C major.

My calculus is limited to very basic diff and integ and a young upstart resident handed me this today:

dx/dt = 3 m/s solve for x(t)

I am lost. The answer is not zero or some constant I am sure. The two variable business changes everything, right?

If this is a differential equation, nothing in my old notes is helping to enlighten me. Any help would be appreciated.

If this upstart resident has made a fool of me and the problem is bogus, he will regret it. He says he could not answer it so I don't know what is up his sleeve. I'm thinking that the problem may be just a lot of bull.Thank you. CTF

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# Homework Help: Dx/dt = 3 m/s solve for x(t)

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