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dP/dt=P-P^2

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

I know you can separate this and after i did that and did my partial fractions i got

t + C = ln(P) + ln(1-P) but i dont know what to do from here i figure you take the e of both sides at some point but i never ended up with the right andswer please help

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# Homework Help: Separation of variables D.E.

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