How can the following type of equation revolved ? I don't know how to deal with the surplus of Y on the "wrong" side :grumpy:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

dY/dx = aY(1-Y/b)

a and b are constant. And when X = 0, Y = something.

I would really like to know how this kind of equation can be resolved

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# Surplus of Y on the wrong side

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