i found the DE for a problem, and it was y'(t) = .06 - y/1040(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

and then the problem gave me the following hint:

Find the amount of sugar after t minutes. Note: When you solve by separation of variables, keep the coefficient of y on the right side and bring over to the denominator on the left side an expression of the form (y - some constant).

what does this mean???? can anyone actually show me how to do this?? thanks

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# Homework Help: Help with DE problem and seperation of variables

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