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We now divide by Δt and let Δt → 0. 2y(t). 2y(t). 9) is a separable equation and can be written as dy = dt. 2t . 10) When t is zero, the amount of salt in the bucket is zero, that is, y(0) = 0. 10) shows that when t = 0, we have y(0) = 3 − C; or C = 3. 2t . 9 kg. Problems These problems deal with the subjects of air resistance, cooling mixing covered in this section. They also illustrate other concepts that yield separable equations, including radioactive decay problems, geometrical problems, and a few others.

00 sec later you see it hit the ground. Neglecting air resistance, how high is the cliff? 7. Superman is flying at treetop level near Paris when he sees the Eiffel Tower elevator start to fall (the cable snapped). His x-ray vision tells him Lois Lane is inside. If Superman is 2 km away from the tower, and the elevator falls from a height of 350 m, how long does Superman have to save Lois, and what must be his average velocity? Solve this problem with and without assuming air resistance. ) Problems 8–12 concern Newton’s law of cooling.

9. m. and 68◦ F 3 hours later. 6◦ F. 40 CHAPTER 1. TRADITIONAL 1ST-ORDER DIFF EQUATIONS 10. An object cools in 10 min from 100◦ C to 60◦ C. The surroundings are at a temperature of 20◦ C. When will the body cool to 25◦ C? 11. A container holds 1 kg of water at 20◦ C. 5 kg mass of aluminum is added at 75◦ C. 2. ) In 1 minute’s time the water is warmed 2◦ C. When did the aluminum cool by 1◦ C, and when did the water warm by 1◦ C? Assume that the water loses no heat to its surroundings. 12. A slug of metal at a temperature of 800◦F is put in an oven, the temperature of which is gradually increased during an hour from a◦ to b◦ .

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