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    derivative help?

    please help me show that

    [C] = ((a^2)kt)/(akt+1)

    where k and a are constants

    then where [C] = x, then

    dx/dt = k(a-x)^2

    ...this makes no sense to me. i found the derivative of [C] but how do i get that result for dx/dt?

    any help appreciated.
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