I'm currently working on a biomedical engineering problem that is based on electrical engineering circuits. Below is the following problem:
Eq. (4.71) is:
From this equation, I derived p(t) as follows:
Below is the work I've done so far with what I am provided:
At this point, I have no idea what to do in order to move forward. I know that p1=pQZo. And this can be substituted into Q, and Q can be substituted back into p(t). But then, this still leaves me with an unknown value of "p" and "Q."
If I take the integrals on both sides for equation p(t), taking the integral of the derivative will only add a constant to the equation, which is also unknown.
How would any of you proceed with this problem?
Any help is greatly appreciated!!
Eq. (4.71) is:
From this equation, I derived p(t) as follows:
Below is the work I've done so far with what I am provided:
At this point, I have no idea what to do in order to move forward. I know that p1=pQZo. And this can be substituted into Q, and Q can be substituted back into p(t). But then, this still leaves me with an unknown value of "p" and "Q."
If I take the integrals on both sides for equation p(t), taking the integral of the derivative will only add a constant to the equation, which is also unknown.
How would any of you proceed with this problem?
Any help is greatly appreciated!!
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