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**Fri Aug 10, 2007 4:49 pm**If density = m/v then the 1/m would cancel out with the mass from the density. Which would make acceleration independent of mass.

Also dv/dt = a v^2 + b is the simplest form for a differential equation

It quickly turns into t = int(dv/(av^2 + b)) which is no longer an o.d.e

Also dv/dt = a v^2 + b is the simplest form for a differential equation

It quickly turns into t = int(dv/(av^2 + b)) which is no longer an o.d.e