By Paul Blanchard, Robert L. Devaney, Glen R. Hall

ISBN-10: 0495561983

ISBN-13: 9780495561989

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The time constant τ is the amount of time that an exponentially decaying quantity takes to decay by a factor of 1/e. 8% of its original amount. (a) How are the time constant τ and the decay rate λ related? (b) Express the time constant in terms of the half-life. (c) What are the time constants for Carbon 14 and Iodine 131? (d) Given an exponentially decaying quantity r (t) with initial value r0 = r (0), show that its time constant is the time at which the tangent line to the graph of r(t)/r0 at (0, 1) crosses the t-axis.

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28 CHAPTER 1 First-Order Differential Equations We are tempted to say that this expression y(t) = − 1 t +c is the general solution. However, we cannot solve all initial-value problems with solutions of this form. In fact, we have y(0) = −1/c, so we cannot use this expression to solve the initial-value problem y(0) = 0. What’s wrong? Note that the right-hand side of the differential equation vanishes if y = 0. So the constant function y(t) = 0 is a solution to this differential equation. In other words, in addition to those solutions that we derived using the method of separation of variables, this differential equation possesses the equilibrium solution y(t) = 0 for all t, and it is this equilibrium solution that satisfies the initial-value problem y(0) = 0.

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