An object falls from rest in a medium offering a resistance. The velocity of the object before the object reaches the ground is given by the differential equation dV/dt + V/10 = 32, ft/sec. What is the velocity of the object one second after it falls?
- A. 40.54 ft/sec
- B. 38.65 ft/sec
- C. 30.45 ft/sec
- D. 34.12 ft/sec
The velocity of the object one second after it falls is 30.45 ft/secSolution:
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