# 10.2: An Integral

So that we don't get bogged down later with an integral that is going to crop up, see if you can do the following integration:

You should get \( -t-\frac{1}{b}(a-bt)\ln(a-bt)+\) constant.

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So that we don't get bogged down later with an integral that is going to crop up, see if you can do the following integration:

You should get \( -t-\frac{1}{b}(a-bt)\ln(a-bt)+\) constant.