Calculus
posted by Kaylen .
1. I really don't understand what this problem is asking for
The population P(t) of fish in a lake satisfies the logistic differential equation
dP/dt = 3P  (P^2)/6000
If P(0) = 4000, what is ? Is the solution increasing or decreasing?
&& how would you find inc/dec of a solution?
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