Calculus question?

I am struggling to do the intitial value problem:

t^2 du/dt = e^(-ut)

My question is on the LHS can get rid of the t^2 by dividing by t^2 on both sides? If i can then i can complete, if not then please assist! Thanks!

 

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  • 6 months ago
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    Yep, ordinary algebra.  Divide both sides by the same value and the equation remains balanced.  The LHS still = the RHS.  So divide away and enjoy.

  • ted s
    Lv 7
    6 months ago

    a 1st order nonlinear DE...dividing by t² will not help { don't see anything coming }...I tried w = ut which did not help....SORRY

  • Anonymous
    6 months ago

    I hereby give you permission to divide both sides by t^2.

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