# I'm not seeing it

1. May 30, 2005

what does this mean: $$y'=-Ae^{-t}=-y$$

is this saying that if i solve the the differential equation$$y'=-Ae^{-t}$$its equal to $$-y$$

2. May 30, 2005

### dextercioby

First of all,what u've written is not an equation,but a row/sequence of equalities.That's what it means.

Daniel.

3. May 30, 2005