A body moving with velocity V enounters a resistance in the form of dV/dT=-k*V^(3/2). Show that(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

V(t)=(4v.)/(k*t*sqrt(v.)+2)^2

v. is the same as v(subscript 0)

When i solve the differential equation i keep getting V(t)=4/(k*t-v')^2

I have no idea how to get from dv/dt to the given v(t)

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# Homework Help: Velocity and resistance problem. diff Eq type

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