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Topic: Integration by substitution.
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Ken.Pledger@vuw.ac.nz

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Re: Integration by substitution.
Posted: Dec 16, 2012 5:36 PM
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In article <e402ffae-b787-459c-9c83-d8fd6a86f8af@googlegroups.com>,
Allamarein <matteo.diplomacy@gmail.com> wrote:

> ....
> dy/dt = f(y), that is not an explicit function of the t (i.e. time)
> ....



I don't quite understand why there is a problem. Why not just turn
things upside down?

dt/dy = 1/f(y)

so t = an integral of a function of y.

Ken Pledger.



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