coming down to the wire on this one. any help or hints would be awesome.
Having problems with a homework problem:
2 populations (J(t) and K(t)) of microbial species are each assumed to grow according to the euler differential equation model, with different growth parameters c and d, respectively. Suppose the populations are grown together in a beaker, and define p(t) = J(t) / (J(t) + K(t)) to be the fraction of the total population that is of species type J. Using differential equations for J and K, show that p(t) satisfies a logistic growth equation.
any input would be helpful.