`dT + k(T-70)dt = 0 , T(0) = 140` Find the particular solution that satisfies the initial condition
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Given the differential equation : `dT+K(T-70)dt=0, T(0)=140`
We have to find a particular solution that satisfies the initial condition.
We can write,
`dT=-K(T-70)dt`
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