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In my differential equations class I have been given a problem which involves solving dx/dt=u where u=u(x)

I know that this is done by separation such that ∫dx/u = ∫dt, and then the constant of integration found using initial conditions, however I am getting myself all worked up and confused as I don't know how to treat the integral on the left, i.e. ∫dx/u

Any help would be greatly appreciated

Thanks in advance,

Steve

I know that this is done by separation such that ∫dx/u = ∫dt, and then the constant of integration found using initial conditions, however I am getting myself all worked up and confused as I don't know how to treat the integral on the left, i.e. ∫dx/u

Any help would be greatly appreciated

Thanks in advance,

Steve

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