Converting symbolic exponential function into linear form

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chemeng100
chemeng100 on 20 Aug 2019
Answered: chemeng100 on 25 Aug 2019
Hi, below I have a code to solve symbolically differential equation.
My question is simple:
How to present the solution in linear form instead of exponential form. So basically what is the code to logarithm symbolically function on both sides of the solved equation?
syms A(t) k A0
R = -diff(A) == k*A;
cond = A(0) == A0;
A(t) = dsolve(R,cond)

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Jyotsna Talluri
Jyotsna Talluri on 25 Aug 2019
Use 'simplify' function on applying log on both sides of equation
z= log(A(t));
logA = simplify(z , 'IgnoreAnalyticConstraints', true);

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chemeng100
chemeng100 on 25 Aug 2019
Thank you for answer! It worked perfectly.

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