In an autocatalytic chemical reaction, the product formed is a catalyst for the reaction. If Qo is the amount of the original substance and x is the amount of catalyst formed, the rate of chemical reaction is Q'(x)= kx(Q0 − x)
For what value of x will the rate of chemical reaction be greatest?

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so is the derivative -2kx+Qo

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