The number of bacteria in a lab is model by the function M that satisfies the logistic differential equation dM/dt = 0.6M (1 - (M/200) ), where t is the time in days and M(0) = 50. What is the limit of M(t) as t approach infinity?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Do i use the fundamental theorem of calculus?

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# Logistic growth, population, limits

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