1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data dv/dt = 9.8 - (v/5) , v(0) = 0 (a) The time it must elapse for the objet to reach 98% of its limiting velocity (b) How far does the object fall in the time found in part (a)? 2. Relevant equations (dv/dt)/(9.8-(v/5)) 3. The attempt at a solution I'm a little overwhelmed by this class and I think the problem I have is I'm not catching on as to why the next answer is the way it is, so it would be nice if someone could explain to me why. As I read on my textbook, I'm supposed to rewrite the form of the eqn first in which I attempted to do: (dv/dt)/(9.8-(v/5)) = 1dt but why do we have to rewrite the eqn in this form? I checked the solution for this, and it said it was right. I know afterwards you then integrate both sides, but I saw that they got −5ln(9.8−(v/5))=t+C I understand where the t+C comes from but not where the -5ln(9.8-(v/5)) comes from. Can someone explain to me how to get to that?