(1 point) Let S(t) represent the amount of a chemical reactant present at time t, where t > 0.
Assume that S(t) can be determined by solving the initial value problem
= - aS S(0) = So,
where a, K, and S0 are positive constants. Obtain an implicit solution of the initial value
problem. (The differential equation, often referred to as the Michaelis-Menten equation, arises
in the study of biochemical reactions.)
Enter the constant So as S0 (with a zero, not the letter O).
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