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In this exercise, the logistic equation models the growth of a population. Use the equation to determine when the population will reach $50 \%$ of its carrying capacity.

$P(t)=\dfrac{6000}{1+4999e^{-0.8t}}$

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1 of 5We will start this exercise by determining $P=0.5L$

After that, we will plug the determined $P$ into the logistic equation to determine time $t$.

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