Modeling with first order linear differential equations

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Homework Statement


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Homework Equations


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The Attempt at a Solution


Ok so I think I have the correct answer but the problem is I don't know how to solve for the actual answer with 2 equations which one do I plug into? Sorry for all the erasing!
 

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DODGEVIPER13
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Oh an the 1400000 is suppose to be there sorry it is so light and I solved the t = 71.7994 using wolfram.
 
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Uggg no replies, I guess my problem was too long or something?
 
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DODGEVIPER13
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Can someone please help me out I don't think it is too outrageous I have already done the work it is quite literally just plugging and playing from here my question simply is first did I get the set up right and if I did then what do I plug in at the end?
 

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