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I got y = (x^2)/2 - (x^3)/3 + C

however in the solutions they've gotten:

where did t come from?

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I got y = (x^2)/2 - (x^3)/3 + C

however in the solutions they've gotten:

where did t come from?

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It came when they integrated dt on the right hand side, 2 steps above where you marked the solution.

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Oh nice spot!

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Yeah it definitely looks like the problem was supposed to be dx/dt

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thanks guys

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