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Dear all,

There is another error in our differential equation.

Starting over from part e) we solve the following equation for

giving

and substitute it in the following equation

giving

Which offers no clear way to solve. We examine the following expression from part d).

which makes

which implies

for some constant c. solving,

substitute into the first equation to get

which makes

I think this way is not easy.

There is another error in our differential equation.

Starting over from part e) we solve the following equation for

*(dv/dt)*^{2}.giving

and substitute it in the following equation

giving

Which offers no clear way to solve. We examine the following expression from part d).

which makes

which implies

for some constant c. solving,

substitute into the first equation to get

which makes

I think this way is not easy.

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