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    Question [SOLVED] Logistic Growth (quick)

    Hey guys, need some help with this.

    So, first I'm assuming I have to solve for A so:

    505 = A / 1+10^k(2000-2000)

    505 = A/2

    1010 = A, then I substitute 1010 in for A getting:

    N(t) = 1010 / 1+(10^(-1(2002-2000)))

    N(t) = 1010 / 1.01

    = 1000?? Can anyone verify this for me please?
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    Yes, 1000 is correct. Good job!
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    Thanks Ivy!
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