## What is the asymptote of a logistic function?

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The number, , is called the limiting value or the upper limit of the function because the graph of a logistic growth function will have a horizontal asymptote at y = c.

## How do you find the asymptote of a logistic function?

When graphing the function, a horizontal asymptote occurs at the horizontal line of carrying capacity, y=2. Another horizontal asymptote occurs at the x-axis. If the logistic function has a vertical shift, then both horizontal asymptotes will be vertically shifted as well.

**What is K in logistic growth?**

k = relative growth rate coefficient K = carrying capacity, the amount that when exceeded will result in the population decreasing.

**What is B in logistic equation?**

c is the carrying capacity, or limiting value. b is a constant determined by the rate of growth.

### What is K in logistic equation?

### What is the horizontal asymptote for Y t for the differential equation?

1 Expert Answer Therefore, they asymptote is y=10.

**How many Asymptotes does a logistic function have?**

SOLVED:True or False Every logistic growth function has two horizontal asymptotes.

**Does the logistic function have any vertical asymptotes?**

Does the logistic function have any vertical asymptotes? The answer would be yes if 1 +a e kx= 0 since then we wouldhave division by zero. This would happen if ae kx=1, which never happens since the range of ae kxis (0;1). So thelogistic function has no vertical asymptotes, and it is continuous on the domainx2(1;1).

#### What is an asymptote in math?

To recall that an asymptote is a line that the graph of a function approaches but never touches. In the following example, a Rational function consists of asymptotes. In the above example, we have a vertical asymptote at x = 3 and a horizontal asymptote at y = 1.

#### How do you find the asymptote of a graph function?

For horizontal asymptote, for the graph function y=f (x) where , the straight line equation is y=b, which is the asymptote of a function , if the following limit is finite. Here, f (x) is not defined for x = -1.

**Can a vertical asymptote have a straight line equation?**

Please note that m is not zero since that is a Horizontal Asymptote. We know that the vertical asymptote has a straight line equation is x = a for the graph function y = f (x), if it satisfies at least one the following conditions: Otherwise, at least one of the one-sided limit at point x=a must be equal to infinity.