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Tim
01/18/12 04:28am

When I use DSolve to solve the differential equation in the attached notebook, the integral in the exponent runs from 1 to t.
I know the solution is correct, but is there any way, I can get Mathematica to display the output so that the integral runs from 0 to t instead? Why does Mathematica choose to start at 1?
Specifying a particular initial value only makes the resulting expression more complicated.

Any help in figuring this out is very much appreciated,

Tim

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