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How do you integrate the integral(k)dt ?
Please show reasoning, thanks
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(Original post by phat-chewbacca)
How do you integrate the integral(k)dt ?
Please show reasoning, thanks
'Katie'

K would be a constant, generally.

What do you get if you integrate 1 with respect to dx? You would get x. -- 1 is a constant here. (1 multiplied by x = x )

What do you get if you integrate K with respect to dx? You would get Kx.

What do you get if you integrate K with respect to dt? You would get...?
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Thread starter 2 years ago
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(Original post by Ze Witcher)
'Katie'

K would be a constant, generally.

What do you get if you integrate 1 with respect to dx? You would get x. -- 1 is a constant here.

What do you get if you integrate K with respect to dx? You would get Kx.

What do you get if you integrate K with respect to dt? You would get...?
Omg thanks man. It is that simple. Thanks man.
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(Original post by phat-chewbacca)
Omg thanks man. It is that simple. Thanks man.
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