# Problem ODE from mechanics equation

The particles are moving under force F = rK
when r = 1/u and u = 1/r

I tried to solve the problem by defining a variable v = u4 and u = v1/2

But I can not divide variable v out of variable u

I want to find r (Radius) of orbit #### Attachments

The particles are moving under force F = rK
when r = 1/u and u = 1/r

I tried to solve the problem by defining a variable v = u4 and u = v1/2

But I can not divide variable v out of variable u

I want to find r (Radius) of orbit

View attachment 213844   #### Attachments

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The particles are moving under force F = rK
when r = 1/u and u = 1/r
I cannot make sense of the question. What do r, K and u represent? Which way does the force act?
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