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Q: calculus learning curve equation dy/dt=k(M-y) ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: calculus learning curve equation dy/dt=k(M-y)
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Asked by: cutmyownthroat-ga
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Posted: 28 Apr 2006 08:35 PDT
Expires: 28 Apr 2006 13:59 PDT
Question ID: 723692
when integrating both sides of the equation
why is the next step to multiply dy/dt by -1 as shown in my textbook?
I understand that the negative is also multiplied outside the
integrand and what follows, I just don't understand why the importance
of the negative in the first place.
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