1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data find p(T), then find the inflection point on the graph. 2. Relevant equations dp/dt=K*P(1-P/M) K is the growth factor P=population t=time (1-p/m)=correction factor M=maximum 3. The attempt at a solution I integrated the given equation and got ln (p(m-p)+c=kt c=unknown constant p(m-p)=e^(kt+c) p(m-p)=Ae^kt A=e^c as c=unknown constant therefore A also equals unknown constant i said that when t=0, p=Po and so i got Po(m-Po)=A i fiddled around for a while and got: p=m-(Po*(m-Po)*e^(kt))/p but as u can see there is still a p on both sides :( i thought about making it equal 0 and using the quadratic equation but it will take a lot of work and i dont know if it will work. my question is what should i do? have i made a mistake somewhere? and also, to find the point of inflection would you just double derive the p(t)? or is there another way to do it, ie useing the dp/dt function given. any help will be very VERY appreciated.