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I've been doing some summertime training to brush up my math skills and have been struggling with this

[dy]/[/dt]=(4exp(-y)+const*exp(-2y))^1/2

In fact this is the simplified version of a Bernouilli equation. I know that it is separable, I'm just struggling with the integration with respect to "y".

If anybody could help that'd be wonderful. Thanks a lot, have a nice day!

~huckleberry

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# Partial fractions (?) to solve first order DE

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