Can you help me solve this equation? Its the Gompert equation, dp/dt=cln(K/p)p.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I used substution to get -ln(u) = ct+b, where c is a constant, and bi s a constant of integration.

Next we have -ln(ln(k/p)) evaluated from pt to po = ct+b

Then ln(k/p) from pt to po = Bexp(-ct).

This is where I am stuck and don't know how to evaluate the rest of this to get an expression for pt.

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# Homework Help: Double ln

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