if x is direct, indirect or exponentially propotional to A and as well as B(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

can we write x=kAB ? if we write the equation seperately, we have x=k1A, x=k2B when combined, x2=(k1k2)1/2 (AB)2 then x=k3(AB)1/2

to see the real complicate example

EX.1 trypsinogen is converted to trypsin in the body where trypsin itself catalyzes its own reaction

let f(t) = amount of trypsin at time t

let F(t) = amount of trypsinogen at time t

write differential equation satisfied by f(t)

in short, f(t) is direct proportional to product itself f(t) and the substrate F(t)

should i write f'(t)=k f(t)F(t) , =k ( f(t)+F(t) ) , = k (f(t)F(t))1/2 or something else?

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