B bazzahazza Aug 2016 2 0 Australia Aug 1, 2016 #1 P =(197.3e^(197.3kt))/(e^(197.3kt) + 1) Solve for k, assuming it is a linear function of P

Olinguito Aug 2016 8 0 Earth Aug 1, 2016 #2 \(\displaystyle k\ \text{is not a linear function of}\ P.\) \(\displaystyle \text{Hint:}\ P\ =\ \frac{197.3e^{197.3kt}}{e^{197.3kt}+1}\ =\ \frac{197.3}{1+e^{-197.3kt}}\) Can you carry on from here?

\(\displaystyle k\ \text{is not a linear function of}\ P.\) \(\displaystyle \text{Hint:}\ P\ =\ \frac{197.3e^{197.3kt}}{e^{197.3kt}+1}\ =\ \frac{197.3}{1+e^{-197.3kt}}\) Can you carry on from here?