We have a population model given by the differential equation:

dP/dt = (k*cos(t))*P, where k is a pos. constant, and P(T) undergoes yearly seasonal changes.

Assume that P(0) = P_(0).

1.) Solve the Dif. Equation and graph the solution.

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- September 20th 2007, 05:45 AMfifthrapiersPopulation Model
We have a population model given by the differential equation:

dP/dt = (k*cos(t))*P, where k is a pos. constant, and P(T) undergoes yearly seasonal changes.

Assume that P(0) = P_(0).

1.) Solve the Dif. Equation and graph the solution. - September 20th 2007, 06:55 AMtopsquark