- #1
cue928
- 130
- 0
I know that the rate of change with time of a population is proportional to the square root of t. T=0 is y = 100. Population increases at rate of 20 per month.
I started out by trying to do dy/dt = p^.5. I am used to the population problems where I use y=Ce^(rt) but am having trouble making the jump to this kind. How do you account for the increase of 20/month?
I started out by trying to do dy/dt = p^.5. I am used to the population problems where I use y=Ce^(rt) but am having trouble making the jump to this kind. How do you account for the increase of 20/month?