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When a breeding group of animals is introduced into a restricted area such as a wildlife reserve, the population can be expected to grow rapidly at first but to level out when the population grows to near the maximum that the environment can support.Such growth is known as logistic population growth, and ecologists sometimes use a formula to describe it. The number N of deer present at time t (measured in years since the herd was introduced) on a certain wildlife reserve has been determined by 

Aug 28th, 2015

Hi there! Thank you for the opportunity to help you with your question!

The logistic growth formula is given by:

f(x) = \frac{L}{1 + \mathrm e^{-k(x-x_0)}} , where L is the initial population, x0 is the initial time, and k is the growth rate

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