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## Main Question or Discussion Point

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\frac{dn(t)}{dt} = A sin(B*n(t)*t) n(t)

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Or a more general

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\frac{dn(t)}{dt} = F(n(t)) n(t)

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I'm not even sure what method I could use, or what it would be called.

A first order, non-linear equation?

Maybe it looks neater as:

[tex]

\frac{dn}{dt}=A n Sin(n t)

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EDIT : This isn't homework. I'm just looking for insight.

\frac{dn(t)}{dt} = A sin(B*n(t)*t) n(t)

[/tex]

Or a more general

[tex]

\frac{dn(t)}{dt} = F(n(t)) n(t)

[/tex]

I'm not even sure what method I could use, or what it would be called.

A first order, non-linear equation?

Maybe it looks neater as:

[tex]

\frac{dn}{dt}=A n Sin(n t)

[/tex]

EDIT : This isn't homework. I'm just looking for insight.