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I am trying to work out this equation and I'm stumped. Also I haven't taken a diff. eq. class yet, but plan to real soon.

I'm working with the following:

df=int(f/r^2,dr,r1,r2). I am trying to figure out the change in f between r1 and r2, but the trouble I'm having is that df is proportional to f and I just don't know how to evaluate it.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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# Trouble with a diff. eq.

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