Verhulst equation

by asdf1
Tags: equation, verhulst
 P: 741 for the following question: y-Ay=-By^2 my problem: Suppose u=y^(-1) so u=-y^(-2)y=B-Au so du/(B-Au)= dx => B-Au=ce^x => u=(B-ce^x)/A so y=1/u=a/(B-ce^x) however, the correct answer should be y=1/[(B/A)+ce^(-ax)] does anybody know where my calculations went wrong?
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P: 930
 Quote by asdf1 so u=-y^(-2)y`=B-Au
Take a look at this step again. I think one of the terms has the wrong sign.
 P: 741 i see~ thanks!!!

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