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Homework Statement
y=(a*exp^b*x)/(c+d*exp^m*x)
The Attempt at a Solution
(1/y)=(c+d*exp^m*x)/(a*exp^b*x)
y(new)=1/y
y(new)=(c/(a*exp^b*x))+(d*exp^m*x)/(a*exp^b*x)
i stopped here and i don't know how can i complete?
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