Hi all, I've got this logistic growth problem that I'm unsure of on how to start. I missed a day of class and don't have a chance to go to office hours, so any help would be much appreciated.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I've been given a set of values: time, population, and change in population.

The values are as follows, with each value correlation to each time value of course:

T=0.0, P=2.0, dP/dt=0.11

T=37.71, P=14.0, dP/dt=0.62

T=45.05, P=19.0, dP/dt=0.74

T=57.45, P=29.0, dP/dt=0.84

I've been asked to predict population, P at T=10.

A point in the right direction would be great, thanks.

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# Help with logistic growth problem

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