Math PLEASE HELP ASAP

posted by Lilly

I really don't know how to do this, need as soon as possible. Please help!

A rabbit population satis es the logistic equation
dy
dt = 2x10^-7y(10^6- y);
where t is the time measured in months. The population is suddenly reduced to
40% of its steady state size by myxamatosis. If the myxamatosis then has no further effeect, how large is the population 8 months later? How long will it take
for the population to build up again to 90% of its steady state size?

thank you!

  1. Reiny

    your equation is much too ambiguous .
    How are x and y defined?
    Is the exponent of 10 equal to -7 or is is it 10^(-7y) ?
    what about the (10^6-y)?
    Is that (10^6) - y , the way you typed it, or is it
    10^(6-y)

  2. Lilly

    sorry,
    its 10 to the exponent -7 then y
    and then (10 to the exponent 6 take y)

  3. Anonymous

    Find the slope of the line that passes through the points (–3, –6) and (1, 6).
    A.
    B.
    C.
    D.
    13. Simplify

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