I tried getting A by itself:
A = -1/10 * dA/dt
A(0) = 5 = -1/10 * dA/dt
but I'm somewhat sure that's wrong; so integrating I get:
int(dA/dt) = int(-10A)
A = -5A^2
which doesn't make sense to me intuitively since the same variable is on both sides. I'm a bit confused, any help is appreciated.
A = -1/10 * dA/dt
when t=0, A=5
ah, I see! thank you
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