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Fouriers law of heat conduction.

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If I have the equation -k*dT/dr=0

do I get rid of the constant k and integrate, or do i integrate first and keep the constant?
 

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rock.freak667
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You can divide it, otherwise you'd just replace C/k with some other constant.
 

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