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I'm given F=kvx. I need to find x(t), k is a positive constant, and the particle passes thru the origin with speed Vo at time t=0.
I start by rewriting the formula as such:
dv/dt=k*dx/dt*x
I am confused now though because I now have dv,dt, and dx. I assume I need to get everything in terms of dx and dt. Can I use seperation of variables or do I need another technique?
I start by rewriting the formula as such:
dv/dt=k*dx/dt*x
I am confused now though because I now have dv,dt, and dx. I assume I need to get everything in terms of dx and dt. Can I use seperation of variables or do I need another technique?