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I've been trying to work this problem out,

[itex]\frac{dv}{dt}-A(B-v)^{1.6}=G [/itex]

A, B and G are constants

and Matlab can't give me a solution either. I'm wondering if there is even a solution?

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# Particle motion ode (1st order nonlinear nonhomog)

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