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Tricky Differentiation.

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charlottewill

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Mar 7, 2012
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Hi,

I've been given the equation

dP/dt = c log (P/M) P and I've solved it to find p(t) = M*exp(Aexp(c*t)) and I need to differentiate back in order to get it in the form of the original equation but I'm finding it extremely tricky and messy to achieve and it's really bugging me so I was wondering whether anybody would be able to assist me in answering/conquering this question

Regards,

Charlotte​
 
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pickslides

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Feb 1, 2012
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Re: Tricky Differentiation Please help :(

Show us your work, did you use the chain rule?
 

sbhatnagar

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Jan 27, 2012
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Re: Tricky Differentiation Please help :(

Show us your work, did you use the chain rule?
What is your question? Find derivative of x^3?
 
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