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07/27/07 1:46pm

How can I fix the problem here without having to put all the differential equations from the first line into the second line?

ode={y'[t]==-100k y[t]+650k,y[0]==20};

It appears I cannot substitute k unless it is explicitly on the right side of the equation. I tried to evaluate the term ode to see if it understands it but this didn't work. Is there another workaround?

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