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Topic: Solution to differential equation problem without e in the base?
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grei

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Re: Solution to differential equation problem without e in the base?
Posted: Jul 5, 2013 10:16 AM
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But notice that y= C(e^(.08))^x Is exact. And approximating e^(.08) by 1.08... is not different from approximating e by 2.718...



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