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OpenStudy (salt):

how do you seperate ds/dr=ks This is in diffy q.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

if k is constant then it would be \[\int\limits_{}^{}(1/s) ds = \int\limits_{}^{}k dr \]

OpenStudy (salt):

ty I got the answer =) I cant believe i didnt know the integral of kdr i had thought of what you said but it wasnt clicking thx.

OpenStudy (salt):

nvm i thought i got it. I didnt the answer is 2y^6+cy^4 weird

OpenStudy (salt):

ok im sorry to be a pain but i got it. I looked in the wrong place.

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