population growth differential eq.

Oct 2008
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how does one solve the differential equation:

dP/dt=aP^k?

thanks!
 
Mar 2009
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near Piacenza (Italy)
First you write the DE as...

\(\displaystyle \frac{dP}{P^{k}} = a\cdot dt\)

... and then you integrate both terms...

Kind regards

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