       Re: Plot using DSolve HELP

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• Subject: [mg104418] Re: [mg104388] Plot using DSolve HELP
• From: Bob Hanlon <hanlonr at cox.net>
• Date: Sat, 31 Oct 2009 01:50:51 -0500 (EST)

```Your eq is not an equation, it is an expression. I don't know how you got a result from DSolve

eq = i*v[t]/r + c v'[t] == -2/5;

Use exact numbers with DSolve

sol[t_] = v[t] /. DSolve[{eq /. {c -> 3, i -> 0, r -> 5/2},
v == -70}, v[t], t][]

-(2/15) (t+525)

Plot[sol[t], {t, -20, 140}]

Bob Hanlon

---- Becky <noslowski at comcast.net> wrote:

=============
I have a problem with what I am showing below.

Step one is my equation.
eq = i * v[t]/r +c v'[t]

Step two I want to solve it, using DSolve, and put my values in as shown.
Please note, that "i= 0", and my IC is v== -70.

sol=v[t]/.DSolve[{eq/.{c->3, i->0, r->2.5} ,v==-70}, v[t], t]
{-70 *-0.133333 t}
The results are shown above.

Thus next step is to plot it.
p1=Plot[sol,{t,-20,140}]

My problem is that I get a line from -70 on the vertical axis going in a
curve up to the horizontal axis out to 140.  The vertical axis is "v" and
the horizontal is "t".

What am I doing wrong?

Thanks
Jake

```

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