Find the solution... dP/dt = 0.002P(1-P/800) P(0) = 50 I usually do something like that... A/P = B/(1-P/800) I am not sure how to work it with what is under B. Can someone help?
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Originally Posted by Morgan82 Find the solution... dP/dt = 0.002P(1-P/800) P(0) = 50 I usually do something like that... A/P = B/(1-P/800) I am not sure how to work it with what is under B. Can someone help? The DE is seperable. You should integrate with respect to P using partial fractions.
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