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How to solve this ODE?

[tex] \frac{a+b-c\sqrt{H}}{k}=\frac{dH}{dt}[/tex] , where a,b, c and k are constants; H is the variable

I am up to this step:

[tex]\int \frac{dH}{a+b-c\sqrt{H}}=\int \frac{dt}{k}[/tex]

and I don't know how to integrate the left integral, can anyone help please?

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# Homework Help: Solving an ODE

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