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The standard logistic equation accounts for the carrying capacity of a species — the maximum population size that the environment can sustain. The equation can be modified to also account for the fact that low population may lead to the extinction of a species, since individuals are unlikely to find mates and reproduce. Suppose P represents the population of the species, N represent the maximum carrying capacity, and M denotes the threshold below which the population is too small to grow larger, with 0 Show transcribed image text The standard logistic equation accounts for the carrying capacity of a species — the maximum population size that the environment can sustain. The equation can be modified to also account for the fact that low population may lead to the extinction of a species, since individuals are unlikely to find mates and reproduce. Suppose P represents the population of the species, N represent the maximum carrying capacity, and M denotes the threshold below which the population is too small to grow larger, with 0