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The dimensionalized model is

[tex]\displaystyle

\frac{dP}{dt} = rP\left[(K-P)-\frac{BH}{C+P}\right], \quad \frac{dH}{dt} = DH\left[\frac{P}{C+P} - AH\right][/tex]

where r, K, A, B, C, and H are positive constants.

The dimensions of K, P, B, H, C have to be population (that is the only way I can see it to make since) then we have pop^2 - pop^2.

Then D or A has to be (pop)^{-1}.

I am trying to nondimensionalize to

[tex]\displaystyle

\frac{dp}{d\tau} = p\left[(k-p) - \frac{h}{1+p}\right], \quad \frac{dh}{d\tau} = dh\left[\frac{p}{1+p} -ah\right][/tex]

I have that [itex]p=\dfrac{P}{C}[/itex] but I can't figure out any others.

I think that [itex]k=\dfrac{K}{C}[/itex] and [itex]\tau = tr[/itex]

Are those correct? Even if they are, I can't figure out what H will be.