Civil Engineering - Water Supply Engineering - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Water Supply Engineering - Section 1 (Q.No. 6)
6.
The transitional middle portion of a logistic curve follows
a geometric growth
a logarithmic growth
a first over curve
a constant rate.
Answer: Option
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Sandeep said:   2 years ago
Not understanding the answer. Please explain.

BIKTU PAL said:   3 years ago
Please explain this in detail.

Mohan chandrawal said:   6 years ago
Logistic curve.

ABCDE.

AB - early growth.
BC - exponential or logarithmic growth.
CD - constant growth.
DE- late growth.
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Gubendhiran said:   6 years ago
Ideal population growth curve=logistic curve.

Shape is S.
1st portion : dP/dt=P ; Geometric or logarithmic growth.
3rd portion : dP/dt=(Ps-P); Geometric or logarithmic growth.
Middle curve : dP/dt=constant; Arithmetic increase.
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DVS said:   7 years ago
1ST------- GEOMETRIC.
2ND------ ARITHEMATIC.
3RD-------CONSTANT CURVE.
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Rajkumar said:   9 years ago
The logistic curve of population growth is follows an S shaped curve which having three zones 1st zone follows the geometric curve 2nd zone represented by arithmetic curve last zone is represented by 1st order curve.

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