How to integrate this to solve for Q?

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Homework Statement


How to solve for Q in dQ/dt=2-0.1Q?

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The Attempt at a Solution


dQ/(2-0.1Q)=dt
Now what?
 

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Now integrate both sides and solve for Q.
 
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I got t+C after integrating the right side but I don't know how to integrate the left side, is it ln abs(2-0.1Q)?
 
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I got t+C after integrating the right side but I don't know how to integrate the left side, is it ln abs(2-0.1Q)?

Close but not quite. Write out your u substitution for that integral.
 

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