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August 5th, 2011, 09:15 PM   #1
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"separate and integrate" or "Orangutang method"

My friend asked me to solve these (something about planetary motion or something...), but I'm too tired.
Anyone care to take a crack at it?
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(p.s. The "Orangutang Method" is something I heard on MSE to refer to licentious use of "integration by separation")
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Re: "separate and integrate" or "Orangutang method"

Just got word that the second one (dr/dt) has an error... the right hand side is inverted.

So we should have



This one doesn't seem that bad.
(Well, it looks like some in my tables...)
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