1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A stirred tank reactor that initially contains a volume V(0) = V_0 of water. Suppose that a stirred solution of salt at concentration S is pumped in at a rate of F_in = F litres/hr and the well-stirred mixture is pumped out at a slight faster rate of F_out = (F + f) litres/hr where f > 0. Let C(t) denote the concentration of salt inside the tank. Find C(t). 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution V(t) = V_0 + F_in*t - F_out*t = V_0 + F*t - F*t + f*t = V_0 + f*t (C*V)' = C'*V + C*V' = C'(V_0 - f*t) - Cf = SF - C(F + f) C'(V_0 - f*t) = S*F - C*F C' + C*F/(V_0 - f*t) = S*F/(V_0 - f*t) Do I use integration factor to solve for C? I tried it and it was really complicated but the final answer is unusually simple. So I don't think it is right.