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    My mind has just gone blank - can anyone please tell me the name of the method used to solve this?

    Can't remember what you do when there are two dependent variables..guessing I don't just add a constant of integration?

     \frac{dy}{dt} = z(t)

    Thanks in advance!
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    What is the difference between that and dy/dx = f(x)

    Z is just the name of a function, rather than a variable.

    I don't understand. Are you told what z(t) is?
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    I would have brought "dt" to one side and the other variable on the "dy" side but as the above post says we don't know what z(t) really is.... so not sure!!!!
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    would u just take dt to the other side then intergrate both sides to get y=(z(t^2))/2 + c?
    btw if u want a reply then quote me
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    Sorry Steven I was just being stupid - thanks for the reply!
 
 
 
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