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andrey21

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Given that v= 20√10∙ ((1+Ae^(t/√10) ÷ (1-Ae^(t/√10) find the particular solution to satisfy the initial condition v(0) = 0.

From my working I have come to the answer A = -1, is this correct? If not where could I be going wrong.

My Working

0 = 20√10 ∙ ((1 + A) ÷ (1 - A))

0 = 20√10 ∙ (1 + A)

0 = 20√10 + 20√10 A

- 20√10 = 20√10 A

A = -1

From my working I have come to the answer A = -1, is this correct? If not where could I be going wrong.

My Working

0 = 20√10 ∙ ((1 + A) ÷ (1 - A))

0 = 20√10 ∙ (1 + A)

0 = 20√10 + 20√10 A

- 20√10 = 20√10 A

A = -1

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