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What does the notation mean exactly when a function has power minus one ?

For example i have seen the logistic function written as:

f(x) = f0[1 + exp(−βx)]^-1

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What does the notation mean exactly when a function has power minus one ?

For example i have seen the logistic function written as:

f(x) = f0[1 + exp(−βx)]^-1

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gb7nash

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For instance:

[tex]2^{-1} = \frac{1}{2}[/tex]

Applying this to your problem...

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oh ok, thanks 4 the help.

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