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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Getting a differential equation: A chemical reaction proceeds in such a way that after the first second, the amount of a certain chemical involved in the reaction changes at a rate that's inversely proportional to the product of the mass of the chemical present (in grams) and the time elapsed since the reaction began (in seconds). The mass m=m(t) of this chemical is modeled with WHAT differential equation with t is greater than or equal to 1 second?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Can't turn in English into math in this case..

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