2. Suppose a population P(t) satisfies the logistic differential equation dP dt = 0.1P 1 −…

2. Suppose a population P(t) satisfies the logistic differential
equation dP dt = 0.1P 1 − P 2000 P(0) = 100 Find the following: a)
P(20) b) When will the population reach 1200?
2. Suppose a population P(t) satisfies the logistic differential equation 2P = 0.1P (1–2000) = 0.1P | P(0) = 100 2000 Find the following: a) P(20) b) When will the population reach 1200?