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[tex]\frac{d\mbox{v}}{d\mbox{t}} = g - k\mbox{v}^2[/tex]

I'm integrating from v=0 to v=v_t (where v_t is a known constant independant of velocity and time) and from t=0 to t=t_f, where t_f is the variable I wish to solve for in the end.

I'd rather not embarass myself by giving out the answer I produced. The actual answer has a hyperbolic tangent and I honestly am not sure how to get that. Could someone nudge me in the right direction?

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# Homework Help: Integration question

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