i have 4 equations that need to be integrated(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

1.) mg-kv-u=m*dv/dt

2.) mg-kv-u=m*v(dv/ds)

3.) mg-kv^2-u=m*dv/dt

4.) mg-kv^2-u=m*v(dv/ds)

**if it helps... the values are

m=3000

g=10

u= 172000

v changes so leave it as v

any help is good help

if those are finished can someone help me with the terminal velocity?

i think its when t --> infinity

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# Homework Help: Integration (terminal velocity)

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