The Logistic Equation and Models for Population – Example 1, part 1. In this video, we have an example where biologists stock a lake with fish and after one …

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Facts about current 2010 population related information.

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Thanks this made it all so simple! Can you possibly do an exaple problem like this for the gompertz growth law? Thanks again

I can’t believe there is tits at the end of this video!

A is just a constant you get after integrating the original equation.

What does A mean in P(t)=K/1+Ae^(-kt) ?

Thanks, Patrick, you’re the best!

These videos are unbelievable. I appreciate you explaining every detail on each step. I swear my teacher seems to just jump straight to the answer, leaving me lost.

Thank you so much!

Seriously, I could never survive college without this kind of stuff.

you are freaken awesome! my hat is off to you, sir.

HA I have to do this exact problem with different numbers for homework.

OP = hero. After taking a whopping 2 minutes to cover this section in class, and having no specific examples in the book, this video helped immensely! Feel much better about my upcoming exam!

Nice work, Cheers for uploading!

just helping as best i can!

You are a god among college students..

ln and e are inverse functions

I am confused, why does the ln cancel out at the end of the equation?

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Thanks!

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I have a math quiz next week and this is on it. Thank you!!!

they would have to give you the size of the population at different times so that you could deduce the growth rate

If the question doesn’t tell you how much it triple/doubles then how do I get my constant?

can you please post a video showing the same problem if you harvest 100 fish a day

thank uu

Nice work, thanks.

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That voice over… please stop