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Model for a situation with initial exponential growth and an upper limit.

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    Logarithmic Functions

    Logarithmic Functions

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    Logistic Functions

    Logistic Functions

    by EPISD AQR Team //at grade

    Exponential growth increases without bound. This is reasonable for some situations; however, for populations there is usually some type of upper bound. This can be caused by limitations on food, space or other scarce resources. The effect of this limiting upper bound is a curve that grows exponentially at first and then slows down and hardly grows at all. What are some other situations in which logistic growth would be an appropriate model?

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    Logistic Functions

    Logistic Functions

    by Wesley Woo //at grade

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