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Remembering that pounds is a force (not a mass), we see that we need to calculate the mass of the object in order to apply Newton’s second law. Using g = 32 ft/sec2 gives m = w/g = 8/32 = 1/4. Thus by Newton’s second law m dv = F1 + F2 , dt that is 1 dv = 8 − 2v. 4 dt This is a separable equation and can be written as dv = 4dt 8 − 2v so that upon integrating both sides we have 1 − ln |8 − 2v| = 4t + c. 2 Using the condition that the object fell from rest, so that v(0) = 0, we can determine the constant c and solve for v(t).
The speed of the snowplow in clearing the snow is inversely proportional to the thickness of the snow. 4. EXACT EQUATIONS 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 4 43 miles during the ﬁrst hour after noon and traveled one mile during the second hour after noon. At what time did it begin snowing? A raft is being slowed down by resistance of the water, the resistance being proportional to the speed of the raft. 5 m/sec and at the end of 4 sec was 1 m/sec, when will the speed decrease to 1 cm/sec? What total distance will the raft travel?
Problems 8–12 concern Newton’s law of cooling. 8. At the request of their children, Randy and Stephen make homemade popsicles. , Kaelin asks if the popsicles are frozen (0◦ C), at which time they test the temperature of a popsicle and ﬁnd it to be 5◦ C. If they put the popsicles with a temperature of 15◦ C in the freezer at 12:00 noon and the temperature of the freezer is −2◦ C, when will Alan, Erin, Kaelin, Robyn and Ryley be able to enjoy the popsicles? 9. m. and 68◦ F 3 hours later. 6◦ F. 40 CHAPTER 1.
A course in ordinary differential equations by Stephen A. Wirkus, Visit Amazon's Randall J. Swift Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Randall J. Swift,