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In a population that exhibits logistic growth, increment in the population size at each point in time is calculated by the formula dNdt=rN(KNK).


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The correct option is A True
The formula dNdt=rN(KNK) is used to find the size of the population that undergoes logistic growth. According to the equation it is evident that when the size of population (N) becomes equal to K, the increment in population, that is dN/dt, becomes zero.

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