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Given u(t) = (u_0 - T)e^(kt) + T, find the limit of u(t) as t tends to 0 from the right side.
The answer is u_0. How is the answer found? Seeking a hint or two.
Can this Law of Cooling be graphed? If so, what does the graph look like?
The answer is u_0. How is the answer found? Seeking a hint or two.
Can this Law of Cooling be graphed? If so, what does the graph look like?