[tex] \frac{dy}{dt} = \frac{1}{(y+2)^{2}} [/tex] and y(0) =1(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

th solution i got is [tex] y(t) = \sqrt[3]{3t-27} - 2 [/tex]

the question asks find the domain of the definition of the solution

Describe hwat happens when the solution as it reaches it'slimits of its domain. Why can't it be extended for more time?

Looking at he function aid ti s CUBE ROOT shouldnt the domain be ALL REAL number?? So the limits are positive and negative infinity? So then the limits are positive and negative infinity respeectively??

Input would be greatly valued!! Thank you!@

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